Tuesday, May 1

LGBTQ Center of Greensboro
1205 W Bessemer Ave, Ste 226, Greensboro

Being comfortable with one’s voice is essential for effective verbal communication. For many transgender and non-binary people, however, one’s voice can be the source of great anxiety, depression, and dysphoria. As a result, trans voices are lost, their truths silenced.
However, this does not have to be the case. With the help of a specially trained speech-language pathologist, you can begin to repair the relationship with your voice by exploring healthy methods of voice production in a way which you feel more accurately aligns with your gender identity.
Kevin Dorman (they/them) is a licensed accredited speech-language pathologist and owner of Prismatic Speech Services, where they work with transgender people across the Carolinas. A member of the trans community themselves, Kevin places a heavy emphasis on cultural awareness of their clients’ intersectional identities.

Join Guilford Green Foundation and the owner of Prismatic Speech Services, Kevin Dorman (at the new LGBTQ Center in Greensboro for a workshop on vocal training and speech pathology. This event is free and open to the public. We encourage anyone who wants to better understand their voice to attend. Our space is limited, so please RSVP by e-mailing Center@ggfnc.org or calling (336) 790-8419. Learn more about Prismatic Speech Services here.