About Us

About Speech Therapy Centre
Speech Therapy Centre was established in the year 1994 under the guidance of our founder and mentor Mr. A.P. Singh. We have given speech therapy to numerous cases ranging from mild to severe degree of stammering/stuttering. We have also given therapy to misarticulation , cluttering and other speech disorders. We have cases from all over world and were first to give online speech therapy to various cases from Canada, USA, AUSTRALIA,QATAR ,AFGHANISTAN etc. It has been constant endeavor to use best available techniques of speech therapy. We have been invited to various national and local television shows, like twice in Zindagi Live on IBN7, ZEE TV and other print and electronic media. We are the only Speech Therapy Centre in world to webcast all our group discussions and public speaking every Saturday on our website.

What is Stammering?
"It is an involuntary repetition, prolongation or block which interrupts the normal flow of speech." Approximately one person in every hundered stammers, and Stammering covers a wide range of behaviours.One person may get blocked or stuck on a certain word or sounds, another may repeat sounds, another may go back in speech and take a run at the difficult word and yet another may do all of these things and many more. There are times when speech is fluent. Perhaps when talking to oneself or with a friend or may be a junior. At the other times stammering may occur frequently specially when tired, excited or understress.Stammering may be worst when speaking to someone in authority or while talking on the phone .why is it that the stammering and fluency varies so often? This is because of the lack of neuro-muscular coordination. The shame and embarrassment, the fear and tension, the loss of self-confidence and the sense of frustration all adds up making the speech impossible. Despite the best efforts of not to stammer the words do not come out smoothly, norm

1. How Does Stammering develop?
It usually starts between 3 to 5 years, It appears less often between 5-9years and is quite rare after 12-13 year olds. Five percent all children will stammer during their early years, four percent will recover with or without help, leaving one percent of adults who stammer. Interestingly, it is 4 times more common in boys than in girls. Many people who stammer spend a great deal of time trying to find out why they stammer? Perhaps they believe that if they could get an answer to this question they would be cured, unfortunately such beliefs are not true and only lead people to focus on the past rather than what is happening now. The one certainty is that there is no single cause, but that stammering is probably the result of many factors coming together in an individual at the same time. These factors could be physical emotional or due to outside influences such as friends, school, parents etc. Recent research shows that most of the stammerers have difficulty in co-ordinating the muscles for speech, they need more time to speak. This helps us to understand something which has already been discovered by the Stammerer, that the slower he /she speaks the more likely they are to be fluent

We Also Conduct Speech Therapy In India, Delhi And Through Video Conferencing For Following Disorders : 

  • Stammering/Stuttering/Haklaana ( Therapy available in India, Delhi and through Video Conferencing)
  • Cluttering ( Therapy available in India, Delhi and through Video Conferencing)
  • Mis-articulation ( Therapy available in India, Delhi and through Video Conferencing)
  • Normal Delayed Speech and Language
  • Delayed Speech and Language due to-
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Mental Retardation
  • Autism
  • Down Syndrome
  • Cerebral Palsy


Mr. A.P. Singh

DPT, MSc.Psychology and RCI Registered

Ms Jasveen

Audiologist and Speech Language Pathologist

Dr. K.S. Nagpal


Jasneet Kaur

BA (H) Applied Psychology and Masters in Counselling psychology