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Jackie Gartner-Schmidt, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow

Jackie Gartner-Schmidt Instructor Bio:
Jackie L. Gartner-Schmidt, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, is Co-Director of the University of Pittsburgh Voice Center, Professor of Otolaryngology, and Director of Speech-Language Pathology-Voice Division at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Gartner-Schmidt’s 25-year clinical and research focus specializes on the care of the professional voice, as well as clinical effectiveness of voice therapy and psychological considerations in the assessment and management of patients with voice and breathing disorders. Dr. Gartner-Schmidt has over a decade of NIH-funded clinical research experience as a co-investigator focusing on the development and efficacy of different voice therapy programs, including the development and validation of six patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs). She has published over 38 peer-reviewed papers, presented over 300 lectures nationally and internationally, and has given a TEDx talk® on voice and perception. Dr. Gartner-Schmidt is the director of the largest voice therapy conference in the nation occurring biennially.

Jackie Gartner-Schmidt's Continuing Education Courses

Flow Phonation

Flow Phonation

This course introduces students and clinicians to flow phonation. Phonation is the generation of sound by way of vocal fold vibration. Flow phonation is a therapeutic concept, which focuses on airflow and the balance between airflow and… Read Morearrow_right

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Conversation Training Therapy

Conversation Training Therapy

Conversation Training Therapy (CTT) is a new voice treatment approach based on theories of motor learning. CTT eliminates the therapeutic hierarchy and treats a patient’s voice problem using patient-driven conversation as the sole therapeutic… Read Morearrow_right

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