Rishabh Dev Singh

Rishabh Dev Singh

Stammering has been a part of my life as long as i can remember. Earliest memory is the first day of school when a teacher asks you to stand up an introduce yourself. 
You stand up.. not realizing something very different is going to happen, you know what your name is BUT.. why wont it come out??? 
You somehow force it out, a couple of kids laugh.. you feel embarrassed and it is becomes a part of your memory. A bad thought actually. 

Pradeep Iyer

Pradeep Iyer

Before the course, I was an overt and out control stammerer. I have been on the programme since August 2013, and the course is helping me to get control of my speech. For example, I could never say my name properly before the course. By using the techniques and practising my name on a regular basis, the name is much better now. 

 Making phone calls was always a big problem before the course, and it no longer gives me sleepless nights. 

My speech is still a work in progress, and I am looking to keep moving forward and expanding my comfort zones. 

McGuire grads start to demolish their stammer on the streets of Mumbai, India!

Getting a handle on their stammer in India

A grad and a new student show their zeal for life...with the stammer last thing on their mind

After giving a new leash and life to a group of people who stammer (PWS) in New Delhi just the prior week, the MGP launched an intensive speech course in the bustling suburb of Khar, in West Mumbai, to empower a group of PWS that were highly motivated to gain control of their debilitating stammer.  

McGuire graduates take New Delhi by storm!

Indian graduates show their relief and excitement after taking control of their stammer!

On a chilly evening in December, a group of anxious new students and eager grads converged on a chic hotel in the vibrant suburb of Saket, New Delhi for the 2nd Indian McGuire Programme course.  Planning for this course began months in advance and the calendar shaped up for an exciting Intensive Course with an informative and thought provoking Open Day in the same week.

Tejpratap Singh

Tejpratap Singh

Like any other stutterer, I tried to hide my stammer and just like any other stutterer, I failed miserably. Although I was fairly 'fluent' with my family and close friends, I knew I had a problem when I had to speak publicly or in similar situations.

Kaustav Ghosh

Kaustav Ghosh

I used to avoid social situations like taking part in group discussions, being part of a group, and giving oral presentations were always a nightmare. As I entered adulthood, speaking to people on the telephone became an arduous task and I preferred simply cutting the phone rather than pick up the phone and talk to the person on the other line.

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