Massachusetts Eye and Ear
Schepens Center/Starr Center
185 Cambridge Street, 2nd floor
Boston, MA 02114
This Buteyko training experience provides trainees with a better understanding of the causes of breathing dysfunctions, trains them in techniques to assist patients to better manage respiratory symptoms, and provides new insights and strategies to influence breathing training for both normal and disordered breathers.
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Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:
- Identify dysfunctional breathing in themselves and their patients
- Identify the causes of breathing dysfunction in themselves and their patients
- Apply Buteyko principles to monitoring and modifying their own breathing
- Apply Buteyko principles to instructing patients in establishing more efficient breathing patterns
- Apply Buteyko principles to instructing patients efficient breathing patterns during speech and singing
- Utilize Buteyko principles to relieve nasal congestion, dyspnea, excessive phlegm, throat clearing, cough, and dry mouth
- Utilize Buteyko principles to increase exercise capacity and to enhance sport performance
- Be able to verbalize the way in which Buteyko breathing principles can be used to relieve paradoxical vocal fold motion, dysphonia, stuttering, and other neurological speech disorders
Early registration fee (before May 11, 2019): $485 per person
Regular registration fee (after May 11, 2019): $525 per person
To register, please download, print, and fill out this form, then mail it with your check to:
Barbara Wilson Arboleda, MS, CCC-SLP
Voice and Speech Laboratory
243 Charles Street, 11th floor
Boston, MA 02114
No refunds will be issued for any cancellations.
Please contact Barbara Wilson Arboleda, MS, CCC-SLP, at Barbara_Wilson@meei.harvard.edu or 617-573-4050 with questions.
The Buteyko Breathing method was developed as an intervention strategy for breathing disorders, voice disorders requiring work on breath support, speech disorders where breathing may be an issue, and dysphagia—in the case of lack of coordination between breath and swallow. Because there are no other like-kind interventions available, this presentation will focus exclusively on the Buteyko Breathing method and will not include information on other similar or related respiratory interventions.
Financial: Hadas Golan, MS, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist and voice specialist at Boston Medical Center where she is paid a salary. She receives payment from teaching the Buteyko method in this and other courses. She also receives payment for teaching Buteyko educators and, separately, in teaching the Buteyko method for individuals with respiratory disorders.
Non-financial: Ms. Golan is a member of the Buteyko Breathing Educators Association (BBEA) and the Training Institute of Buteyko Educators (TIBE). She does not receive compensation for her roles at the BBEA and the TIBE.
This course is offered for 1.3 ASHA CEU’s (Intermediate Level; Professional Area).