Assessment and therapy at the MPC

We see children, young people and adults who stammer or who clutter.

Find out more here about our assessment clinic and therapy for individuals and groups.

MPC assessment clinic

  • Children & young people 2-18
  • Adults 18+

MPC therapy

  • Under 7 year-olds
  • 8-14 year-olds
  • 15-18 year-olds
  • Adults

If there is something we are not getting right

We want to know if there is something that we could be doing better, if you have any concerns about the care that you are receiving from us or if you experience discrimination at the Centre. If you want to talk to someone you can speak with your therapist at the Centre or you can contact:

  • Elaine Kelman, Head of the Michael Palin Centre
    Tel: 020 3316 8100
    Email: [email protected], or
  • Whittington Health Patient Advice and Liaison Services (PALS)
    Tel: 020 7288 5551
    Email: [email protected]


Sometimes you just need someone to talk to


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.

“The MPC ACT course has had an immediate impact on my practice as an SLT working with young people with a stammer. All the practical activities meant that I was able to implement elements of this approach literally the next day with empowering results for my teenage clients. Its emphasis on acceptance makes it an important resource for all therapists and essential for those working with people who stammer.”


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