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Oneida Chi (They/them)

M.S., CCC- Speech Language Pathologist

I am a bilingual Cantonese speech-language pathologist who has worked in public schools throughout the Bay Area with students PreK- college age. I have provided diagnostic and therapeutic services for toddlers, children, and teens with articulation and phonological disorders, learning disabilities, pragmatic, receptive and expressive language delays.

I work with and advocate for trans and gender diverse clients to assist them with finding their healthy and beautiful voices.  I collaborate with local gender health clinics and offer gender affirming voice services. I have lectured and presented at a number of local community organizations and Universities. I continue to teach graduate students to cultivate culturally responsive framework when working with gender diverse children and adults. 

I am a strong advocate of a collaborative team approach to focus on my clients' wellness and success, which includes their families, friends, and other significant individuals in their support network.



M.S. in Communication Disorders from San Francisco State University

B.A. in Communication Disorders from CA State University-Fresno


American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA), Board Committee Member of Diversity and Inclusion

Special Interest Group 3, Voice and Voice Disorders

San Francisco State University, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Clinical Supervisor (lecturer)


Lessac-Madsen Resonant Voice Therapy (LMRVT)

Estill Voice Training

DIR- Floortime

Compton Pronouncing English as a Second Language (PESL) Foreign Accent modification program.

Our Mission

Empowering every individual to authentically express their unique voices in a healthy way within a nurturing and inclusive environment. We are dedicated to fostering a supportive community that values diversity, embraces personal growth, and champions the journey of each person as clinicians and/or participants.

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