Dr Ron Morris - Practice Director
Senior Speech Pathologist and Audiologist
Dr Ron Morris graduated from the University of Queensland in 1985 with a Bachelor of Speech Therapy degree. Honours in Audiology were awarded in 1986. He obtained a Masters of Music Studies degree in vocal performance in 2000 and was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Music in 2013. Ron has combined a long career (over 25 years) in Speech Therapy and Audiology with work as a professional singer. Ron has special interest in working with Deaf and Hearing Impaired patients, Head and Neck surgery patients and with voice patients. He is a recognised expert in the Accent Method of Breathing which is used for voice therapy and singing. Ron is also in demand as a teacher and lecturer working as a lecturer in Vocal Studies at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University and at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Ron has contributed to several published works including 'Singing and Teaching: A Holistic Approach to Classical Voice' by Janice Chapman and 'Teaching Singing in the 21st Century' by Scott Harrison (publish date pending).