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Voice and Speech Coaching & Communication Training 

Would you like to speak with more vocal confidence, conquer ‘stage fright’ for speaking or learn to project your voice with more ease and efficiency?

Would you like more vocal stamina and flexibility when talking for long periods, using the phone at length, or giving presentations?

If English is an alternative language for you I can help you adjust your English accent, or perhaps you are an actor looking to explore and improve all aspects of your voice.

Are you transgendered and wishing to modify your voice and communication style, or a singer who would benefit from foundation work on your speaking voice? 

I can help you make changes to your:

pippa         Voice (vocal quality, pitch, volume or stamina for speaking)

         Vocal style (flexibility, projection and intonation)

Speech (clarity of words and sounds)

Communication skills (presentation skills, confidence and fluency improvement/stammer reduction)

 

In the case of a clinical voice problem, I can provide therapy and/or refer on as necessary.

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“I have been most impressed by your work – focused, practical and professional.”

Mike H, client

Fees

  • Initial session (up to 90 minutes, incorporating consultation plus a coaching session, advice and exercises): £95
  • Coaching sessions (up to 1 hour): £60
  • Review sessions (up to 1 hour): £50
  • Training: £75 per hour, £375/day
  • Student rates available

Please click here for my Terms & Conditions

Contact:  wilsonpippa@hotmail.com

I have practised since 1990 and am registered with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and the Health and Care Professions Council. I specialise in voice skills and am a member of the British Voice Association.

“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death………This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.”

Jerry Seinfeld