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HCRI Success Stories

New Steps in the “Ballet of Speech” Create Life-Changing Possibilities for People Who Stutter

The innovative, 12-day stuttering therapy program at nonprofit Hollins Communications Research Institute is transforming the lives of people who stutter ...
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How Mountain Climbing, World Travel and HCRI Stuttering Therapy Helped This Attorney Achieve Fluency

Attorney and mountain climber Leigh P. Bennett of Edmonds, Washington has stuttered since he uttered his first sentence. Yet, he ...
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Defense Attorney Uses Fluency Skills Learned at HCRI to Effectively Serve Clients

Meeting with clients, arguing cases in court, and making scores of phone calls represent a typical day’s work for public ...
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Salvation Army Major Uses his “Gift of Fluency” to Help People in Need

HCRI stuttering therapy enabled Major C. Mark Brown, Salvation Army chief development officer, to effectively advance the organization’s mission. The ...
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Getting the Words Out

Mark Brown was determined not to let his stutter get the better of him. This article about Major Mark Brown ...
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What People Say about HCRI

More than 6,500 people who stutter from 50 countries have come to the Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI - www.stuttering.org ...
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Man born with stutter defies gravity, expectations

The following article, written by Kathryn Gregory, appeared in "The Charleston Gazette" on March 26, 2011. It is being reprinted ...
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The Lawyers Speech: HCRI Stuttering Therapy Opened Doors for Attorney William R. Denny

Appearing in court to litigate cases related to internet and technology law is part of a day’s work for William ...
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‘The King’s Speech’ rings true for a writer who struggles to be understood

Few things are more demoralizing than not being able to say your own name without struggling. One evening as a ...
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Impact of HCRI Stuttering Therapy Over Time

The following excerpt from a letter sent to the Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI - www.stuttering.org ) illustrates how HCRI's ...
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