Books and Journal Publications

  • Mills, M, & Stoneham, G. (2020) Voice and Communication Therapy with Trans and Non-Binary People: Sharing the Clinical Space. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Mills, M., Stoneham, G., & Davies, S. (2019). Toward a protocol for transmasculine voice: A service evaluation of the voice and communication therapy group program, including long-term follow-up for trans men at the London Gender Identity Clinic. Transgender Health Vol 4, No.1.
  • Mills, M., Stoneham, G., Kurji-Smith, N., Gorb, N., & Elias, A. (2018). ‘New horizons: responding to service demand.’Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists Bulletin (February).
  • Mills, M., & Stoneham, G. (2017).The voice book for trans and non-binary people. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Mills, M., Stoneham, G., & Georgiadou, I. (2017). ‘Expanding the evidence: developments and innovations in clinical practice, training and competency within voice and communication therapy for trans and gender diverse people.’International Journal of Transgenderism, 18(3), 328-342.
  • Mills, M. & Stoneham, G. (2016) ‘Giving voice to our transgender clients: developing competency and co-working.’Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists Bulletin (July).

Conference Papers

  • Davidson, S. Mills, M. Bracken, C., Stoneham, G., & Moos, M. (2019). Voice and communication at family day: a collaboration between GIDS and London GIC. Presented at the British Association of Gender Identity Specialists 5th Symposium, Durham.
  • Mills, M., Stoneham, G., Bracken, C., Gorb, N., & Davies, S. (2019). At the cutting edge: towards a new terminology and understanding of voice and communication for non-binary people. Presented at the European Professional Association of Transgender Health (EPATH), Rome.
  • Stoneham, G., & Mills, M (2018).  ‘Gender and Change’. Festival of Change, March 2018, Magdalene College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK.
  • Mills, M. & Gorb, N. (2017). ‘Charting the Unknown: new client outcomes and journeys of vocal identity.’ 3rdScientific Symposium, British Association of Gender Identity Specialists, October 2017, Glasgow, UK.
  • Mills, M. (2017). ‘Challenging the Agenda: within and without.’ RMT LGBTQ Conference, May, 2017, Aberystwyth, UK.
  • Mills, M., & Stoneham, G. (2017). ‘Tackling visibility: towards developing a protocol for voice and communication therapy for trans men.’ Proceedings of the European Professional Association of Transgender Health (EPATH). April 2017, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Mills, M., Lenihan, P. & Gran, J. (2017). ‘Hearing trans voices: authenticity and identity in voice change and the intersectional role of speech and language therapy and psychology.’ Proceedings of the European Professional Association of Transgender Health (EPATH). April 2017, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • Gorb, N, Mills, M. & Stoneham, G (2016). ‘Voice and Identity’. 2ndScientific Symposium, British Association of Gender Identity Specialists, October, 2016, Leeds, UK.
  • Mills, M. (2016) ‘The client as expert: using Narrative Therapy ideas and practices to support voice and communication group therapy for trans women to “re-author” their stories of communicative competence and preferred vocal identity.’ Proceedings of the World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH). June 2016, Amsterdam.
  • Mills, M. & Stoneham, G. (2015). ‘Voice and Communication Therapy: where are we and where are we going? 1stScientific Symposium, September 2015, British Association of Gender Identity Specialists, Exeter, UK.
  • Mills, M. (2015). ‘Gender and Voice.’ International Centre for Voice, World Voice Day, April 2015, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London.
  • Mills, M. (2015) ‘Lived experience of voice: a service evaluation of the voice group programme at Charing Cross Gender Identity Clinic.’ Proceedings of the European Professional Association of Transgender Health (EPATH). March 2015, Ghent.
  • Mills, M. (2014). Tuning up and Tuning in: an overview of voice therapy for trans women and the voice group model at CX Gender Identity Clinic.’ Kent SLT Conference, October 2014, Canterbury, UK.
  • Mills, M (2013). ‘Supporting stories of change: using narrative practices in stammering therapy.’ South West Dysfluency Special Interest Group, June 2013, Bristol.
  • Logan, J. & Mills, M (2013). ‘Supporting stories of change: using narrative practices in speech & language therapy.’ City Literary Institute, January 2013, London.
  • Logan, J. & Mills, M (2011). ‘The possibilities of narrative therapy: Using narrative ideas and practices to support group therapy for adults who stammer.’ Oxford Dysfluency Conference, Oxford University, September, 2011
  • Mills, M. & Logan, J (2011). ‘Using narrative ideas and practices in stammering therapy.’ Counselling Specialist Interest Group, Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists, London, 2011.
  • Mills, M. & Cavalli, L (2010) ‘Paradoxical Vocal Fold Dysfunction (PVFD) in Pediatrics’. April 2010 ENT Conference, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.

Ephemera, Policy, Broadcasts (for speech and language therapy)

  • Trans and Gender-Diverse Voice and Communication Therapy Competency Framework, RCSLT 2019.
  • Women’s & Equalities Committee Report, 2016 evidence.
  • Programmes, interviews, documentaries for BBC, Channel 4, ITV, BBC Radio 4, Tellyjuice
  • Huffington Post Blog