Birmingham, McGuire Programme UK North Course, 1st-5th March 2017

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Introductory Session, Wednesday 1st March 2017.

Paul Paluch, Course Instructor, introducing himself to the new students and returning graduates.

Wednesday 1st March 2017 - Eleven apprehensive new students arrived at the Royal Angus Hotel in Birmingham to begin their first McGuire Programme four day, residential, intensive, stuttering therapy course.  The new students were the usual mix of some displaying obvious, overt, stuttering behaviours, and others trying their hardest to hide the fact that they stutter by using tricks and avoidance strategies to keep their stutters covert.  All faced their fears and gained control over their stutter.  The overts gained control and the transformation over the four days was remarkable.  The cove

Just how debilitating and frustrating can a stammer or a stutter be?

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Just how debilitating and frustrating can a stammer or a stutter be?

Just how debilitating and frustrating can a stammer or a stutter be?

Jennifer Vaughan from Coulby Newham knows only too well.

She hit rock bottom when she was not even able to say her own name, but after spending the last five years on the McGuire Programme, she is now starting to help others follow her example...

 

 
 
 

This Morning on ITV feat. Jennifer Leigh & Gareth Gates

However, after joining the McGuire Programme, she incredibly overcame the odds to read her vows on her wedding day and is now teaching her baby daughter to talk. Jennifer will be appearing on the 'This Morning' TV Show, alongside Gareth Gates, to tell them how she put a stop to her stammer and what the future holds for her, when even the simplest of words can be a challenge.

Overcoming My Stammer BBC Film

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Overcoming My Stammer BBC Film

BBC film for the Victoria Derbyshire Show in which Rich Whincup returns to his old school to give the Speech Day Speech that he was unable to do at the age of 17 because of his chronic stutter.

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Watch// Bride (Jennifer Vaughan) learns to control her stammer

Jennifer Vaughan, 29, believed a man would never love her, as she struggled to even say her own name.

Jennifer Vaughan, 29, believed a man would never love her, as she struggled to even say her own name.

New Video Uploaded: Watch// Bride (Jennifer Vaughan) learns to control her stammer to read her wedding vows, and leaves guests in tears.
Jennifer had five years of speech therapy lessons ahead of the big day with the help of The McGuire Programme.

LINK: http://www.mcguireprogramme.com/en/uk/jennifer-vaughan-learns-control-her-stammer-read-wedding-vows

Jennifer Vaughan learns to control her stammer to read wedding vows

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Bride learns to control her stammer to read wedding vows, leaves guests in tears.

Bride learns to control her stammer to read wedding vows, leaves guests in tears.
Jennifer had five years of speech therapy lessons ahead of the big day.

Bride beats her stammer to give tear-jerking wedding speech - and reveals her joy at being able to teach her daughter to speak

Jennifer Vaughan, 29, with husband Ashley on her wedding day in March 2015: Vaughan has suffered with a stammer for most of her life until five years of intensive language therapy enabled her to speak fluently

Jennifer Vaughan, 29, with husband Ashley on her wedding day in March 2015: Vaughan has suffered with a stammer for most of her life until five years of intensive language therapy enabled her to speak fluently

'I thought no-one would marry me if I couldn't say my own name:' Bride beats her stammer to give tear-jerking wedding speech - and reveals her joy at being able to teach her daughter to speak'

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