Specialized Voice Habilitation

  • Are you struggling with chronic hoarseness or fatigue that hampers your singing?
  • Have you lost your high notes?
  • Does your voice simply not work as well as it used to?
  • Have you suffered from a vocal injury?
  • Are you recovering from voice surgery?
  • Has an Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor or Laryngologist instructed you to seek training with a Singing Voice Specialist? 

Register for a session with Dr. Maines today. Call (859-358-2074) or email for rates or other questions.

Dr. Maines (she/her/hers) is an experienced singing voice specialist who guides disordered vocalists back to healthy, free singing. She accepts referrals from the OHSU Voice Clinic, and is a member of the voice team of laryngologist Dr. James Thomas of voicedoctor.net in Portland, Oregon after five years of practicing with Dr. Christopher Chang of the Virginia Voice and Speech Center. She holds a DMA in voice pedagogy from Shenandoah Conservatory and completed specialized training with Dr. Wendy LeBorgne of the Blaine Block Institute for Voice Analysis and Rehabilitation and Tom Cleveland of the Vanderbilt Voice Center. Dr. Maines is certified in Lessac Madsen Resonant Voice Therapy Basic Adult and Advanced Adult as well as Casper-Stone Confidential Flow Therapy, as instructed by Dr. Katherine Verdolini Abbott of MultiVoiceDimensions

An active voice researcher who trained with internationally acclaimed Swedish voice specialist Dr. Johan Sundberg, Dr. Maines is particularly interested in voice therapy as it relates to efficiency. A frequent lecturer, she most recently attended the Pan-European Voice Conference in Prague, where she was selected to present her research on voice therapy and efficiency for musical theatre singers and co-teach a workshop on interdisciplinary voice pedagogy curriculum development.










24 hours notice is required for cancellations of a scheduled session. THIS MUST BE COMMUNICATED BY PHONE: (859-358-2074) Otherwise, the student or client is responsible to pay for the session in full. Special consideration is given for sudden illness.