Support for Therapists

At Action for Stammering Children, one of our core objectives is to support specialist training of speech and language therapists across the UK. We work closely with the Michael Palin Centre to help provide a range of courses, held both at the centre and at other parts of the country.

The Michael Palin Centre is a team of experienced specialist speech and language therapists working in the field of disorders of fluency, with a range of additional post-graduate qualifications. Members of the team are involved in clinical work with children and adults who stammer, offering a full individual consultation service, specialist therapy packages on an individual or group basis, a range of teaching within our national teaching programme, supervision of generalist and specialist therapists, writing and research.

For more information on the Michael Palin Centre, or if you are concerned about a child or family you are working with and wish to make a referral, you can find details on their page. Therapists are encouraged to contact a member of their team to discuss any queries about children and young people that you may have on your caseload.

To check course dates and availability, please head over to our Training Courses page.

Training courses
Michael Palin Centre

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