Our self-assessment quizzes are designed to help you reflect on your personal and professional communication. Through answering these carefully crafted questions you will be one step closer to identifying how you can perform better and feel more confident about your speech, social and communication skills. Intended for educational use only.
More and more jobs are becoming automated. The jobs that are not being replaced by computers require a human connection, making social skills more important than ever.
Managing an active social life on top of a job and personal responsibilities can be exhausting. This blog provides tips that will allow you to feel more comfortable to prioritize yourself sometimes.
Since communication skills are important for any career-related goals, we're sharing some strategies for effective professional communication.
While there are scams out there, we know the realistic way to make changes to an accent.
This blog post highlights the benefit of finding a speech-language pathologist who is a singing voice therapist (sometimes called a voice coach), as they will be able to provide their expertise within the medical model. Read on for helpful information about treating vocal challenges, trauma, and the proper care for your singing voice.
This blog post addresses: What is an accent? What is the difference between accent modification and accent reduction? What is involved in the assessment? Why Well Said: Toronto Speech Therapy? We also feature Daniel Boyle's own linguistic background and philosophies when working with accents.
This blog posts addresses frequently asked questions, beginning with "what is voice therapy?" and who can benefit. Many people are motivated to change and improve their voice. Perhaps you're someone who uses their voice a lot for work (a teacher, lawyer, or yoga instructor, for example). Maybe you'd like to sound more authoritative, more mature. Read on to learn how voice therapy can help you to improve your communication.
This blog post is helpful for both people who stutter and people who are interested in supporting someone who stutters. Many FAQs are addressed and elaborated upon.
Have you noticed that many of the resources, blogs, and articles on the internet are for lisps and speech therapy with children, not adults? Not anymore.
Why is working on an adult lisp different than a child’s lisp? How is working on an adult lisp and a child’s lisp the same? What is a lisp? What causes a lisp? We're answering these questions in a unique post on treating frontal and lateral lisps in adulthood.
Welcoming Krisanne Stanoulis, Toronto-based Speech-Language Pathologist and newest member of our team. Krisanne has a background in Neuroscience. She combines her love for clinical research with her passion for helping others to provide unique and customized therapy programs to all of her clients. Krisanne strives to ensure that all clients feel comfortable in the therapy room and that all needs are validated, accepted, and addressed in a fun and inspiring way.