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Stephen D'Amico


Stephen D'Amico is a licensed and practicing speech -language pathologist living in Houston, TX. Professionally, he specializes in the evaluation and treatment of voice and upper airway disorders on a multidisciplinary team of laryngologists and SLPs at The Texas Voice Center at Houston Methodist Hospital.

Following his undergraduate studies in vocal performance at New England Conservatory, he completed his graduate work in speech language pathology at the Stony Brook University as part of their inaugural cohort of master students. His graduate training included externships at the Stony Brook Medicine's Voice Center, Stony Brook University Hospital, and the Northport Veteran Affairs Medical Center where he gained experience with a wide population of voice, upper airway, swallowing, and cognitive-linguistic disorders. During his time at Stony Brook University, he also served an active role as a research assistant for the Sing Out LOUD! Virtual Therapeutic Choir, where leveraging his background in vocal performance and pedagogy, he collaborated closely with music therapists and physical therapists to design and implement a novel, therapeutic singing program for individuals with Parkinson's Disease. His background as a performer and speech pathologist led him to complete a subspecialized clinical fellowship at the Texas Voice Center in the treatment of professional and occupational voice users with voice problems.

He has been a lecturer and presenter at national and international conferences focused on evaluation and treatment strategies for the SLP generalist, the intersection of singing voice rehabilitation as a speech-language pathologist, and the rehabilitation of medically complex professional voice users. He recently joined the adjunct faculty of CUNY Lehman College where he co-taught graduate voice disorders with Richard Lissemore. He is passionate about accessible vocal health education, preventative wellness for occupational voice users, and the interdisciplinary collaboration in the management of singers with voice disorders.

Stephen D'Amico
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