MPC helpline

0203 316 8100

Our helpline is for:

  • parents or carers
  • children, young people or adults who stammer
  • speech and language therapists
  • teachers
  • employers
  • GPs
  • Other professionals

To access the helpline

Call 0203 316 8100

  • find out when the next helpline session is
  • call back at that time or leave a message and the helpline therapist will call you

Or

Email: [email protected]

  • subject: helpline
  • give us your number for the helpline therapist to contact you
  • say if you prefer to get information or advice by email
  • let us know if you are a parent, SLT, young person who stammers or other professional
  • give us an idea of what your question is

If you have an urgent query or concern that needs an immediate response please let the office staff know.

Please be aware that we are not always able to respond to all queries in the very next session.

THE MICHAEL PALIN CENTER HELPLINE

Sometimes you just need someone to talk to

HELPLINE

Sometimes you just need someone to talk to

Our Helpline, 020 3316 8100, is open during office hours (9am-5pm) and voicemail messages can be left when the office is closed.

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