“By exploring and expanding all aspects of the voice, whether spoken
or unspoken, we can come to know and express more of our self.”
Lisa T. Perry
M.Ed., LCMHC, CCMHC, CCTP, VMT-R
Although it is a widely known fact that the vast majority of communication occurs on non verbal levels, most models of psychotherapy are not truly equipped to capitalize on this reality. To do so, one would need to prioritize the emotional and physiological aspects of communication along with the words. Most therapists are not extensively trained to do this.
Fortunately, this instrument of ours is not constructed of metal or wood, but is quite malleable and flexible. It is multifaceted and it is quite capable of expansion. By exploring and expanding all aspects of the voice, whether spoken or unspoken, we can come to know and express more of our self.