Barbara F. Worth, MS CCC-SLP is a medical Speech-Language Pathologist with more than 20 years of clinical practice in major acute care and rehabilitation teaching hospitals. Earlier in her career, she worked in the areas of dysphagia and neurogenic communication disorders. She now specializes in the evaluation and treatment of voice disorders in singers, and in voice and communication modification for transgender/gender non-conforming individuals.
Worth has been an invited speaker for local and national organizations and recently presented on transgender voice modification at the 2018 American Speech Language Hearing Convention. She has taught courses and lectured extensively, most recently at The New England Conservatory of Music, Northeastern University and the Institute for Vocal Advancement. She is currently teaching the Voice Disorders CSD course at Emerson College.
Throughout her career, Worth has been passionate about teaching and mentoring Speech-Language Pathology graduate students and is very happy to join the clinical faculty at Emerson College.
Communication Sciences & Disorders
M.S., Northeastern University