Gender

Gender dysphonia is a voice disorder that occurs in transgender people. The complaint they have is that the voice is not in accordance with the changed gender role.
The voting problem of male-to-female transgender people is generally greater than that of female-to-male transgender people. The voice is often too low and the way of speaking too masculine, so that the trans woman is addressed as a man.


During speech therapy, work is done on the speaking pitch, as well as on articulation, melody, speech tempo and other characteristic speaking aspects of speaking in the new gender role.

Have you not yet started your transition but do you want to start already? No problem.

Our experience is that you can start fairly quickly in the process to get yourself and your voice used to the new techniques and changes.
Changing your voice takes time and cannot be properly trained with the help of online videos.

We are happy to guide you to make your voice appropriate.