Anna Siciliano, MA, CCC, SLP
Speech pathologist Anna Siciliano provides voice therapy services to those with issues of hoarseness and voice loss, as well as swallowing disorders. In addition to voice and vocal cord disorders, she works with professional singers and speakers.
The experience voiced therapist, who joined Tanner Clinic in 2004, has earned the Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language Pathologists (CCC/SLP) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the internationally recognized credential for speech-language pathologists.
Anna received her B.S. from Utah State University, transferring to the University of Houston (Texas) for her M.A. in speech pathology. She has completed postgraduate training at Baylor College of Medicine where she served as an adjunct professor in the college’s Texas Voice Center.
Anna is currently the Program Coordinator for Intermountain Voice and Swallowing Center at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City. She serves on the planning committee for the National Center for Voice and Speech, as well as on the medical advisory board for the International Voice Teachers of Mix.
The recipient of the Utah Speech and Hearing Association (USHA) Outstanding Achievement Award in 2009, Anna lectures widely on issues relating to swallowing and singing. She is also certified in the Lee Silverman LOUD Voice Treatment program for those with Parkinson’s disease and other neurological disorders and the VitalStim Therapy System, which uses small, electrical impulses to the swallowing muscles in the throat to treat disorders.
Anna, the mother of three children, was introduced to the study of voices at an early age by her father, who has a large classical music collection. She also has a passion for Italy, its language and people.