Carly S. Schiff is a Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in Voice and Swallowing Disorders. Carly received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University where she earned a certificate in Musical Theatre and was an accomplished singer and performer. She then received her master’s degree from New York University in Speech and Language Pathology. Carly later worked as a voice pathologist/singing voice specialist at the Columbia Medical Center’s Voice and Swallowing Institute in NYC and prior to that at the Blaine Block Institute for Voice Analysis and Rehabilitation in Dayton, OH.
Her clinical interests lie in the area of voice disorders, with a specialized interest in voice disorders for the singer and pediatric voice disorders. She has rehabilitated many professional singers from several Broadway casts such as Hamilton, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, The Great Comet, and more! Carly also has a strong clinical passion for the treatment of swallowing disorders, transgender voice modification, and rehabilitation of head and neck cancer patients.