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Ms. Debbie Phyland

Speech Pathologist

The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre

Email: d***@***.au

The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre

Company Description

The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre (MVAC) is a specialist diagnostic service equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to analyse your voice and examine your larynx (voice box). Operated by qualified Otolaryngologists (Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeons) and S ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Voice Lecturer
James Cook University

Guest Lecturer
APO Arts Academy

Resident Voice Consultant
Melbourne Theatre Company

Lecturer- Disorders of Speech and Swallowing
Latrobe University Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital

Lecturer of Motor Speech Disorders
La Trobe University

Guest Lecturer
Central Queensland University

Education

Master's Degree
researching voice problems

Web References (27 Total References)


Debbie Phyland | Dame Nellie Melba Opera Trust

www.melbaoperatrust.com.au, $reference.date [cached]

Debbie Phyland Dame Nellie Melba Opera Trust > Programs > Mentor Program > Faculty of mentors > Debbie Phyland

Debbie Phyland is a singer and speech pathologist with considerable experience and commitment to the promotion of vocal health among professional voice users. She has worked as a speech pathologist for over 25 years predominantly in the acute hospital setting and in her private practice, Voice Medicine Australia. In 1998, she completed her Master's Degree researching voice problems of professional singers. In 2002 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate voice management in the US and Europe for 3 months. She is a co-founder and partner at the Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre which is a specialist clinic for the evaluation and treatment planning for voice disorders. She is also a senior lecturer and subject co-ordinator at Latrobe University. Debbie works for a variety of dramatic, music theatre and opera companies as a voice consultant and is dedicated to the optimisation of vocal health among performers.


Those who rely on their voice ...

www.cqu.edu.au, $reference.date [cached]

Those who rely on their voice speak highly of Debbie

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Those who rely on their voice speak highly of Debbie
Published:01 August 2013
Speech Pathology visitor Debbie Phyland (second from right) with CQUni students and staff, including L-R Julie Hickin, Ingrid Scholten and Susan Morrison
...
From famous pop and opera singers to teachers and announcers, many people who work with their voice have turned to singer and speech pathologist Debbie Phyland for help.
Debbie is currently the resident voice consultant for the stage shows King Kong and War Horse.
"I have been stretched to think outside the square and help performers make animal noises authentically and safely," she says.
"I was delighted to come to CQUni to teach the science of voice disorders to a group of prospective speech pathology students in the newly developed course."
Debbie recently took time out from her private practice at Voice Medicine Australia to visit CQUniversity as a guest lecturer.
Whether in private practice or in acute hospital settings, Debbie has worked as a speech pathologist for more than 25 years and focused her research on the voice problems of professional singers.
Debbie works for a variety of dramatic, music theatre and opera companies as a speech pathologist/voice consultant and is dedicated to the optimisation of vocal health among performers. She was even awarded a Green Room Award by the Victorian Arts Council for 'outstanding contribution to the Melbourne Stage'.
In a previous interview she estimated up to 30% of singers will develop a voice problem at some stage over a year.
...
Although Debbie works with many professional voice users, she also provides assessment and therapy for many others, particularly those with voice disorders of neurological origin. Her clinical approach to voice is strongly underpinned by vocal physiology and scientific principles.
Debbie is currently undertaking her doctoral studies researching the impact of heavy vocal load on the vocal folds of performers. She is also currently involved in several collaborative research projects at Monash Medical Centre including 'vocal fold dysfunction and asthma' and 'vocal biomarkers of Parkinson's Disease'.
In 2002, she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate voice management in the US and Europe for three months. She is a co-founder and partner at the Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre which is a specialist clinic for the evaluation and treatment planning for voice disorders. She was also a lecturer of motor speech disorders at Latrobe University for 10 years and now is the voice lecturer for James Cook University, Townsville.
Image Gallery (Click on image thumbnail to see full-size image) Debbie Phyland (second from right) with CQUniversity students and staff including L-R Julie Hickin, Ingrid Scholten and Susan Morrison


Those who rely on their voice ...

www.cqu.edu.au, $reference.date [cached]

Those who rely on their voice speak highly of Debbie

...
Those who rely on their voice speak highly of Debbie
Published:01 August 2013
Speech Pathology visitor Debbie Phyland (second from right) with CQUni students and staff, including L-R Julie Hickin, Ingrid Scholten and Susan Morrison
...
From famous pop and opera singers to teachers and announcers, many people who work with their voice have turned to singer and speech pathologist Debbie Phyland for help.
Debbie is currently the resident voice consultant for the stage shows King Kong and War Horse.
"I have been stretched to think outside the square and help performers make animal noises authentically and safely," she says.
"I was delighted to come to CQUni to teach the science of voice disorders to a group of prospective speech pathology students in the newly developed course."
Debbie recently took time out from her private practice at Voice Medicine Australia to visit CQUniversity as a guest lecturer.
Whether in private practice or in acute hospital settings, Debbie has worked as a speech pathologist for more than 25 years and focused her research on the voice problems of professional singers.
Debbie works for a variety of dramatic, music theatre and opera companies as a speech pathologist/voice consultant and is dedicated to the optimisation of vocal health among performers. She was even awarded a Green Room Award by the Victorian Arts Council for 'outstanding contribution to the Melbourne Stage'.
In a previous interview she estimated up to 30% of singers will develop a voice problem at some stage over a year.
...
Although Debbie works with many professional voice users, she also provides assessment and therapy for many others, particularly those with voice disorders of neurological origin. Her clinical approach to voice is strongly underpinned by vocal physiology and scientific principles.
Debbie is currently undertaking her doctoral studies researching the impact of heavy vocal load on the vocal folds of performers. She is also currently involved in several collaborative research projects at Monash Medical Centre including 'vocal fold dysfunction and asthma' and 'vocal biomarkers of Parkinson's Disease'.
In 2002, she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate voice management in the US and Europe for three months. She is a co-founder and partner at the Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre which is a specialist clinic for the evaluation and treatment planning for voice disorders. She was also a lecturer of motor speech disorders at Latrobe University for 10 years and now is the voice lecturer for James Cook University, Townsville.
Image Gallery (Click on image thumbnail to see full-size image) Debbie Phyland (second from right) with CQUniversity students and staff including L-R Julie Hickin, Ingrid Scholten and Susan Morrison


2008 | ASPAH News

aspah.org.au, $reference.date [cached]

(Debbie Phyland is both a speech pathologist and singer with considerable experience and commitment to the promotion of vocal health among performers. She has worked as a speech pathologist for over 22 years predominantly in the acute hospital setting and in private practice. In 1998, she completed her Master's Degree researching voice problems of professional singers. In 2002 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate voice management of performers in the US and Europe for 3 months. She is a lecturer/subject co-ordinator at Latrobe University and a co-founder and partner at the Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre which is a specialist clinic for the evaluation and treatment planning for voice disorders. She is the resident voice consultant for Melbourne Theatre Company and for many Australian Musical Theatre productions, most recently Miss Saigon (National), Phantom of the Opera (Melbourne and Sydney), Wicked (Melbourne) and Guys and Dolls (Melbourne).)


DARREN COLSTON LETTER

www.darrencolston.com, $reference.date [cached]

P.s. Thank you Debbie Phyland and the Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre for giving me my life back .

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