Beth Atkins is Australasia's only Estill Voice Training Certified Speech Pathologist, becoming a Certified Master Teacher in 2012. Since completion of a Masters of Speech-Language Pathology (Honours) at the University of Sydney in 2007, she has worked as a specialist voice therapist in the public and private sector. With a particular interest in voice education and training for performers and professional voice users, she runs vocal health workshops for groups such as school teachers and yoga instructors. She has also delivered voice education workshops for the transgender community.
Beth has presented voice research at the International Voice Symposium in Philadelphia, US, and The Australasian Voice Summit. She has lectured in performers' voice and Speech Pathology in tertiary institutions across Australia.
Beth's passion for voice stems from her lifelong singing performing experience. She completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Singing Performance) at the University of Wollongong and has been involved in cabaret, recording projects, musicals and concerts. Most recently, she appeared in the cabaret "The Girls" in the world famous Spiegeltent. Beth currently runs a private voice training studio and Speech Pathology voice therapy practice in Mittagong, NSW.