Wodzak, J. (2022) “Past and current issues in Functional Voice Disorder Classification,” Voice and Speech Review, pp. 1–18. doi: 10.1080/23268263.2022.2140913.

Judith Wodzak is a speech and language pathologist with experience working with children and adults in both educational and medical settings. Classically trained soprano with Vocology Certificate from the National Center for Voice and Speech.

First hand experience as a Muscle Tension Dysphonia sufferer. Trained in various methods of voice therapy.

Judith's research interests include: Muscle Tension Dysphonia, personality and psychosocial impacts on voice disorders, central sensitization, chronic pain, and preventative education for young vocalists.

In November 2022, Judith's article Past and Current Issues in Functional Voice Disorder Classification was published in the VSR (Voice and Speech Review).