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Debbie Phyland

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The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre

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The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre

Company Description

The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre was formed back in 1994 as the first private interdisciplinary clinic in Victoria dedicated to specialized assessment of voice using videostroboscopic technology. Over the years, we have developed even greater expertise and ...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Practice Owner

Voice Medicine Australia


Senior Clinician Locum

Royal Children's Hospital


Affiliations

Melbourne Theatre Company

Resident Voice Consultant


Laryngology Society of Australasia

President


International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics

Member of the Voice Sub-Committee


James Cook University

Adjunct Lecturer


Southern Health

Grade 4 Senior Speech Pathologist


La Trobe University

Adjunct Lecturer


Education

Master's Degree

researching voice problems


doctorate studies

area of voice


Web References(23 Total References)


http://www.australianvoiceassociation.com.au/stroboscopy-diagnostic-workshop

Dr Debbie Phyland - Speech Pathologist
Dr Debbie Phyland Deb Phyland Debbie Phyland is a speech pathologist with over 30 years experience working predominantly in the acute medical and private practice contexts. She is also a singer and has combined her love of performance with her speech pathology career by focusing over the last twenty years on the area of voice. In 1996, she completed her Master's Degree researching voice problems of singers. She is a co-founder and partner of The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre. Debbie works in private practice, Voice Medicine Australia, focussing on the assessment and treatment of voice problems. She completed her doctorate studies in the area of voice in 2015. Over the past twenty years she has also been working for Melbourne Theatre Company and other professional production companies in an occupational health capacity offering programs for the prevention and remediation of voice problems. Debbie also currently works part-time as the Clinical Research Coordinator for the ENT Head and Neck Department of Monash Health. Along with Fellowship category (2014), Debbie has been honoured with the prestigious Speech Pathology Australia Association's Elinor Wray Innovation and Promotion Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Profession' (2010). She has also been the recipient of a Churchill Fellowship (2002), Victorian Green Room Award 'Outstanding Contribution to the Melbourne Stage' (2012), and Australian Voice Association award 'Outstanding contribution to the Australian voice community' (2014). Most recently she has been awarded a Garnett Passe & Rodney Williams Post Doctoral Research fellowship (2016-2018) to explore inflammation and the development of benign laryngeal pathologies. She is currently the President of the Laryngology Society of Australasia and a member of the Voice Sub-Committee of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics. As well as her interest in the singing voice, she is particularly interested in voice problems due to neurological dysfunction and in the paediatric and adolescent voice. She is a strong advocate for the promotion of voice and pursuit of clinical excellence in laryngology field.


Dr Debbie Phyland

Dr Debbie Phyland
Debbie Phyland is a speech pathologist with over 30 years experience working predominantly in the acute medical and private practice contexts. She is also a singer and has combined her love of performance with her speech pathology career by focusing over the last twenty years on the area of voice. In 1996, she completed her Master's Degree researching voice problems of singers. She is a co-founder and partner of The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre. Debbie works in private practice, Voice Medicine Australia, focussing on the assessment and treatment of voice problems. She completed her doctorate studies in the area of voice in 2015. Over the past twenty years she has also been working for Melbourne Theatre Company and other professional production companies in an occupational health capacity offering programs for the prevention and remediation of voice problems. Debbie also currently works part-time as the Clinical Research Coordinator for the ENT Head and Neck Department of Monash Health. Along with Fellowship category (2014), Debbie has been honoured with the prestigious Speech Pathology Australia Association's Elinor Wray Innovation and Promotion Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Profession' (2010). She has also been the recipient of a Churchill Fellowship (2002), Victorian Green Room Award 'Outstanding Contribution to the Melbourne Stage' (2012), and Australian Voice Association award 'Outstanding contribution to the Australian voice community' (2014). Most recently she has been awarded a Garnett Passe & Rodney Williams Post Doctoral Research fellowship (2016-2018) to explore inflammation and the development of benign laryngeal pathologies. She is currently the President of the Laryngology Society of Australasia and a member of the Voice Sub-Committee of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics. As well as her interest in the singing voice, she is particularly interested in voice problems due to neurological dysfunction and in the paediatric and adolescent voice. She is a strong advocate for the promotion of voice and pursuit of clinical excellence in laryngology field. Dr Debbie Phyland What We Offer


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Debbie Phyland - Speech Pathologist
Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre Over many clinic attendances, we have gained enormous respect for Gary's extensive knowledge of vocal physiology and for his natural curiosity for scientific rigour in his teachings. Proof of our respect for his skills are the many new clients we have referred to Gary for vocal rehabilitation over the past five years. His outcomes have been consistently positive and frequently spectacular to the extent that some singers have launched highly successful professional careers, others have returned after a period of absence and still others have enhanced their vocal longevity.


Mentors | About Us | Melba Opera Trust

Dr Debbie Phyland
DEBBIE PHYLAND Debbie Phyland Debbie is a voice consultant, speech pathologist and singer-performer combining her knowledge and expertise in the arts with her speech pathology career. For the past twenty years she has worked on countless professional productions including Matilda, Mary Poppins, War Horse, King Kong, Lion King and Les Misérables. Debbie was the recipient of a Churchill Fellowship (2002), Victorian Green Room Award 'Outstanding Contribution to the Melbourne Stage' 2012, and Australian Voice Association award 'Outstanding contribution to the Australian voice community' (2014). Due to her unique blend and expertise in the performing arts and vocal health arenas, Debbie has been regularly invited to give presentations in Australia and overseas. She has authored numerous publications and last year successfully completed her Doctorate researching the working music theatre voice. She runs a private practice with a talented team of 5 speech pathologists and is also a co-owner of the Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre - a clinic offering an expert team-approach to comprehensive medical evaluation of laryngeal structure and function.


http://www.australianvoiceassociation.com.au/ava-national-meeting-2016

Dr Debbie Phyland PhD, BAppSc (SpPath), Dip Ed, MAppSc, FSPAA, CPSP
Co-founder Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre, Director Voice Medicine Australia, Monash Health Deb Phyland is a speech pathologist and singer with active research interests in the singing voice. She is also the current President of the Laryngological Society of Australasia. Laryngological Society of Australasia Meeting Dr Debbie Phyland Deb Phyland Dr Debbie Phyland Debbie Phyland is a speech pathologist with over 30 years experience working predominantly in the acute medical and private practice contexts. She is also a singer and has combined her love of performance with her speech pathology career by focusing over the last twenty years on the area of voice. In 1996, she completed her Master's Degree researching voice problems of singers. She is a co-founder and partner of The Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre. Debbie works in private practice, Voice Medicine Australia, focussing on the assessment and treatment of voice problems. She completed her doctorate studies in the area of voice in 2015. Over the past twenty years she has also been working for Melbourne Theatre Company and other professional production companies in an occupational health capacity offering programs for the prevention and remediation of voice problems. Debbie also currently works part-time as the Clinical Research Coordinator for the ENT Head and Neck Department of Monash Health. Along with Fellowship category (2014), Debbie has been honoured with the prestigious Speech Pathology Australia Association's Elinor Wray Innovation and Promotion Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Profession' (2010). She has also been the recipient of a Churchill Fellowship (2002), Victorian Green Room Award 'Outstanding Contribution to the Melbourne Stage' (2012), and Australian Voice Association award 'Outstanding contribution to the Australian voice community' (2014). Most recently she has been awarded a Garnett Passe & Rodney Williams Post Doctoral Research fellowship (2016-2018) to explore inflammation and the development of benign laryngeal pathologies. She is currently the President of the Laryngology Society of Australasia and a member of the Voice Sub-Committee of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics. As well as her interest in the singing voice, she is particularly interested in voice problems due to neurological dysfunction and in the paediatric and adolescent voice. She is a strong advocate for the promotion of voice and pursuit of clinical excellence in laryngology field. 2.50pm Dr Debbie Phyland


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