MORTON COOPER, Ph.D., nationally acclaimed Voice and Speech Pathologist, has a B.A. from Brooklyn College, an M.A. from Indiana University, a Ph.D. from UCLA and also studied at Stanford University. He has been the Director of the Voice and Speech Clinic at UCLA Medical Center and a Clinical Assistant Professor of the Head and Neck Division at UCLA Medical Center.

Dr. Cooper has been in the field of voice and speech rehabilitation for over 40 years. He is the author of Change Your Voice, Change Your Life, Stop Committing Voice Suicide, Winning With Your Voice and the widely acclaimed textbook, Modern Techniques of Vocal Rehabilitation and is Co-Editor of Approaches to Vocal Rehabilitation.

Since 1985, he has presented a weekly cable TV program in the areas of voice and speech and he has been a Consultant and regular speaker at the Pritikin Longevity Center. He has presented seminars and/or papers at major conventions and medical presentations. Dr. Cooper has appeared on numerous television talk shows including: Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Maury, Sally, Larry King, Charlie Rose, Regis Philbin, and CNN and has been on 24 of the top 25 radio stations in the United States.

Dr. Cooper has been known as Voice Coach of the Stars. Celebrities who have benefited from Dr. Cooper’s expertise include: Anne Bancroft, Lucille Ball, Diahann Carroll, Richard Crenna, Kirk Douglas, Werner Erhard, Henry Fonda, Sally Kellerman, Cheryl Ladd, Joan Rivers, Oral Roberts, Phil Silvers, Norton Simon and Dennis Weaver, among others. He has helped over 20,000 people in all walks of life.

Lee Edward Travis, Ph.D., a Founder and Past-President of the American Speech-Hearing-Language Association, describes Dr. Cooper as “The best in the business.”

He may be contacted by phone 310-208-6047, fax 310-207-6769, e-mail and website

Dr. Cooper will speak on Save Your Voice – Save Your Health.


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