SINGING and RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY
Everyone Can Sing!
Do you yearn to sing? Do you know someone who yearns to sing and doesn’t know where to start?
Have you been shut down, silenced, in your speaking or singing voice? We all have a sound and our sound deserves to be heard.
I invite you to become involved in telling the world that everyone can sing, to share your experiences in learning how to sing, and in learning how to expand and explore your voice. When you access your sound it has many benefits, one being enabling you to speak up with confidence.
I have worked with many people who didn’t think they could sing and yet they could. Would you like to explore your sound, your voice in a safe and fun environment? The process is on a one to one basis with an opportunity, if you wish, to partake in a Creative Sound Workshop where you get support for your sound and join a bigger sound.
Here are some of the things people have said about the process:
“…I could accept my voice now and look forward to the potential I could find when working with you for goodness and kindness and fun and comfort.” Mary
“I have always found that my voice wasn’t good enough…When the session ended, I felt energized and eager to address things. I could feel the support in the connection, the relationship with the Psychotherapist’s voice”. Patricia
If you would like more information you can contact me at:
email@example.com and mobile: 086 250 14 52
Confidentiality: All work is done with a contract of confidentiality. Any quotations are made with written informed consent and the names are changed to protect the clients. There is no charge for this work. I would ask that you would give me permission to write about your experience so that more people will have confidence in their sound.
About Anne Colgan
Anne has been working with voice for more than 20 years. This was prompted and supported by the process of psychotherapy where all sound is heard. She wanted to share this with others and to teach sound and voice in a fun and supporting environment. Her recent research revealed that only up to 5% of the world population is tone-deaf. Many people have been told they are “non-singers” when in fact they can.
Anne works in private practice as a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor and is a member of IAHIP.