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HCRI News and Happenings

This year has been exhilarating for our nonprofit institute. In addition to treating a growing number of stuttering therapy clients, ...
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HCRI Stuttering Therapy – Client Survey Results

At HCRI, we are committed to staying in contact with our stuttering therapy participants once they return home. This includes ...
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Dr. Ron Webster’s Pioneering Work in Stuttering

A Career Dedicated to Helping People Who Stutter Achieve Fluency Ronald L. Webster, Ph.D., Founder and President of Hollins Communications ...
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HCRI’s Inaugural 5K Race Filled with Enthusiam and Friendly Competition

Alumni of the Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI) stuttering therapy program, along with Roanoke-area runners, participated in the nonprofit center's ...
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HCRI Expanding Clinical Team, Seeks SLP Applicants

December 8, 2015,  Roanoke, Virginia - Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI ), a nonprofit center dedicated to stuttering research and ...
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HCRI Stuttering Therapy on ABC Prime Time Show

The finale of the ABC series Astronaut Wives Club gave viewers a dramatic summary of the evolving personal and professional ...
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HCRI Alumna Annie Glenn Portrayed in ABC TV’s “Astronaut Wives Club”

One of Hollins Communications Research Institute's early stuttering therapy clients is Annie Glenn, the accomplished wife of astronaut and Senator ...
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Now When You Shop Online, You Can Support HCRI

Now, every purchase you make from online retailer Amazon can help support HCRI. Through the AmazonSmile Foundation, a portion of ...
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HCRI Alumna Shannon Armes Featured in Toastmasters Book

A new book about the oratory accomplishments of members of Toastmasters International features Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI) stuttering therapy alumna Shannon ...
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HCRI Stuttering Therapy Highlighted in American Psychological Association Magazine

The July/August 2014 issue of Monitor on Psychology, published by the American Psychological Association (APA), features coverage on the inhibiting ...
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