Christine Schwan has been involved in the field of Speech Language Pathology for over 25+ years. She has held many different positions as a Speech Pathologist in school settings, hospitals, University & College, clinics, private practice (owns) and home health services. She continues to teach in the Community College setting, and previously was a Clinical Assistant Professor at Arizona State University where she ran the Voice Lab, taught graduate level courses in Voice, Cleft Palate & Craniofacial Anomalies, as well as practicum for graduate students in the assessment and treatment of Voice disorders. She has been operating her Private Practice since 1995, with the emphasis on the Pediatric population. She has served on the Board of ArSHA and is a continuous proponent for that organization. In addition, she has studied under the AZ Center for Disability Law and continues to serve as a Legal Advocate for families with children who have special needs. Her passion for those individuals who have unique abilities led her to volunteer and serve on the Board of the AZ Special Olympics (6 yrs.) and to which she continues to volunteer much of her time for their Health & Wellness Initiative around the nation. Her passions are anything having to do with the physical body and include: yoga, running, hiking, inline skating, tennis, golf, weight lifting, body building, aerobics, cross training and meditation of all kinds. She loves her 2 sons, daughter in law, 2 grandchildren, family & friends and loves the Lord.
Vocal and Laryngeal Characteristics of Aerobic Instructors (1995)