Office: 406 Pomeroy
Phone: (802) 656-0206
Tracey Baldwin offers 30 years of professional experience in the use of laryngovideostroboscopy, laryngeal function studies, and a wide variety of voice therapy techniques. She is certified in Lee Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT) as well as the on-line, telepractice version of e-LOUD.
Tracey previously served as the Manager of Voice and Speech Pathology within Head and Neck Surgery as well as Coordinator of the Regional Voice Clinic for Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Oakland, California. She worked closely with the departments of Head and Neck Surgery, Allergy, Pulmonary Medicine, and Oncology. She has also served as an Instructor/Clinical Supervisor and taught courses and conducted workshops and seminars throughout the University of California and California State University systems for both Speech-Language Pathologists and Head and Neck Surgery residents. Research interests include biofeedback for the treatment of hypophonia in Parkinson Disease and patient response to Coherence Therapy principles in psychogenic/functional dysphonia.
Ms. Baldwin is eager to consult and collaborate with community members on the clinical care of patients with voice disorders. She will be serving on the Vermont Craniofacial-Cleft Palate Team and participating in the Vermont Voice Center at Fletcher Allen Health Care as well as supervising students providing speech-language diagnostic and therapy services at the Eleanor M. Luse Center for Communication on the UVM campus.
Post graduate study in voice disorders, University of Nevada, Reno, 1992
MA, University of Memphis, Speech Pathology, 1982
BA, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Speech Pathology, 1980
CSD 352 - Voice Disorders