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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.

Slow Down…You Speak Too Fast!

How fast do you speak? Does it feel as if you are speaking so fast that you can barely get your articulators in the right place in time to clearly enunciate a word? Do you take the time to pause between phrases and sentences? If not, does it

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Accent Reduction Techniques | Speak With Clarity And Precision

It is baseball season and for those die-hard fans of the New York Yankees, it is another opportunity to listen to the melodic and well-articulated speech of their veteran announcer, Paul Olden. Perhaps you are not a Yankee fan, and not even a baseball fan. However, there are

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Public Speaking | How Can You Reduce the Stress?

In the words of Mark Twain, “It usually takes more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech”. How true! There are very few people who are naturally gifted public speakers. Most people who are successful public speakers realize that they must prepare and practice. For some,

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Glottal Fry | Raspy, Croaking, Frog-Like Voice Quality

On a recent morning, while watching the Today show, I was quite surprised to hear that “glottal fry” has become a fashionable way of speaking. What we hear influences how we speak. Evidently, speaking with “glottal fry” has become popular with certain pop culture icons.

What is “glottal

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Accentuate Positive When Presenting | Corporate Presentations Tips

Accentuate Positive When Public Speaking

Being a speech pathologist, a picture with this saying hangs prominently on the wall in my office.

Good Clothes Last A Season, Good Speech Lasts A Lifetime

It’s a reminder of how important our speech is in creating a positive and lasting impression.

When we go on a

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What Is The Power of The Pause? | Sankin Speech Improvement

“The most precious things in speech are the pauses”. This is a powerful and important statement that is often overlooked in our fast-paced society. A good speaker focuses not just on what they are saying, but more importantly, on how they are saying it.

Bill Clinton Master of

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