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Learn About Our Individual Speech, Accent and Voice Sessions
Individual sessions will focus on ear training; you will learn to hear the difference between your pronunciation and that of Standard American English (neutral, mainstream, unaccented).

You will be instructed in the placement of your articulators - your lips, your teeth and your tongue - to facilitate easy production of your new sounds.

Through the use of carefully crafted drill sheets, you will practice the new sounds in words and sentences. You will be provided with immediate feedback and correction, so that you can gain confidence and consistency in producing your new sound.

Learn more about methods used to alter speech.

Accent Reduction | What Should I Expect From Training?

Change Your Accent

When clients make an appointment for a speech consultation, they have reached a point where they feel that their speech is interfering with their ability to communicate successfully and comfortably. Sometimes, addressing their speech problems is a New Year’s resolution. For others, it is in reaction to negative

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Accent Reduction For Non-Native Speakers

Global Accent Elimination - Italian, German, English

Sound by sound, you will learn how to speak without an accent. A phonetic analysis of your non-native accent by a licensed Speech Pathologist/Dialect Coach will help you understand the differences between your pronunciation and that of Standard American English.

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Regional Accent Reduction

Remove Southern Accent, Northern Accent, Boston Accent

Americans have many different ways of speaking. The way in which you produce your consonant and vowels, which is specific to the area in which you live, is called a regional accent. For personal and professional reasons, people often choose to reduce or eliminate their regional accent.

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