Diana Becker, MS, CCC-SLP
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Sees patients age 18 and above
Voorhees, NJ | Mount Laurel, NJ | Sewell, NJ
Who is Diana Becker?
Diana Rose Becker is a Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in voice, upper airway, and swallowing disorders. She received her Master of Science degree from the University of Pittsburgh and bachelor’s degrees in classical vocal performance and music education from the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music. She received specialty training in the evaluation and treatment of laryngeal disorders during her clinical fellowship at the Emory Voice Center.
Ms. Becker has extensive performance experience. Prior to pursuing her training in speech-language pathology, she spent 10+ years as a NYC-based artist, performing musical theater and opera repertoire throughout the US and Europe. Clinical interests include working with the professional and singing voice, as well as making voice therapy accessible and relatable to those who are less comfortable working with their voice.
Education and Training
Diana Becker is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist with a comprehensive background in education and training. She completed her Graduate School studies at the University of Pittsburgh. and bachelor’s degrees in classical vocal performance and music education from the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music. She received specialty training in the evaluation and treatment of laryngeal disorders during her clinical fellowship at the Emory Voice Center.
Diana Becker is a speech-language pathologist with expertise in the treatment of voice and swallowing disorders with a specialized interest in singing voice disorders.
Ms. Becker has extensive education and training in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Pittsburgh and specialized training in the evaluation and treatment of laryngeal disorders at Emory Voice Center. She completed her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Pittsburgh’s Speech-Language Pathology program. In addition to her clinical experience, she also provides consultative services to clinicians in various settings to ensure that best practices are being employed for each individual patient.
Ms. Becker is passionate about providing quality care to those who need it most and strives to use cutting-edge techniques to help her patients achieve their goals. She believes that everyone should have access to the highest level of evidence-based practice so they can maximize their potential and improve their quality of life.
Reputation & Experience
Diana Becker is a highly experienced and respected Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in working with individuals who present with voice, singing voice, and/or swallowing disorders. Ms. Becker offers an array of evidence-based treatment approaches to address the varying needs of her patients based on their individual health conditions. She has considerable training in the areas of voice, singing voice, and swallowing disorders and was a professional performer herself for many years.
Her reputation as a skilled Speech-Language Pathologist is well earned through years of dedication, research, and effective clinical practice; she has established herself as a leader in the field by always striving for excellence when it comes to client care. Ms. Becker’s commitment to quality care extends beyond the clinic setting into her passion for advocating for those who need it most – making sure they have access to evidence-based treatments so they can maximize their potential and improve their quality of life no matter what their health condition may be.
Areas of Expertise
- Voice Disorders
- Singing voice disorders
- Pediatric voice disorders
- Swallowing disorders
- Head and Neck Cancer related swallowing disorders
- Neurogenic swallowing disorders
- Neurogenic voice disorders
- Gender Affirmation Voice Training
- Treatment of voice disorders
- Treatment of swallowing disorders
- Treatment of singing voice disorders
- Upper airway disorders
- Chronic Cough
- Chronic throat clearing
- Vocal Cord Dysfunction
- Exercise induced laryngeal obstruction
- Inducible laryngeal obstruction
- Paradoxical vocal fold motion
- Myofascial release
- Manual laryngeal therapy