Welcome to the Michael Palin Centre, an internationally-renowned centre of excellence for stammering and cluttering, for children, young people and adults. We are a team of highly-skilled therapists and support staff offering a nationwide and international service (NHS and private).

Due to COVID-19 we are currently running a tele-health service with therapists working from home. You can make referrals, arrange and attend assessments and therapy and use our helpline as usual. We are running all of our usual training courses online via zoom and enjoying having participants from all over the world joining in.

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The Michael Palin Centre (MPC) is supported by Whittington Health NHS Trust, Action for Stammering Children and the Stuttering Foundation.

The MPC would like to thank the Stuttering Foundation for funding the development of this website.


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.

“I gained a fantastic grounding in CBT and the interweaving with other therapeutic tools and ways of working with all clients. I came to develop my CBT skills with a voice caseload. Although the course relates to stammering I can see that the skills and knowledge are easily transferable to my caseload.”


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Charitable donations to the Michael Palin Centre are administered by The Whittington Health Charity, Registered Charity Number 1056452 www.whittingtonhealthcharity.org. For this purpose alone, The Whittington Health Charity will also hold your details. We take your privacy seriously and will never sell or swap your details with other third parties. You can withdraw your consent to be contacted at any time by calling 020 3316 8100 or by emailing [email protected] Information about how the Trust protects personal data is set out in our privacy policy.
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