Gayle Belin has been a nationally certified Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) for over 35 years. She is currently licensed in Florida and Vermont.
Gayle spent 22 years as a clinical faculty member at the University of Vermont in the Department of Communication Sciences and a Clinical Supervisor at the E.M. Luse Center for Communication. She has worked in Wisconsin, California, Vermont and Florida in large urban and small rural hospitals, has worked with residents in a number of nursing homes, has had her own private practice, and has worked as an itinerant SLP in a public school system.
Gayle was a founding member of the Voice Center of Vermont, a consortium of ENT and SLP professionals, was a consultant on the Burlington Craniofacial-Cleft Palate Team, and is certified to provide LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment) for individuals with Parkinson's Disease. She is also trained in the use of the Buteyko Breathing technique.
Gayle's areas of specialty include voice disorders, transgender voice therapy, foreign accent modification, communication effectiveness training, articulation and phonological impairments, neurological speech and language impairments, cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial disorders.