Welcome

Welcome

Hi there, I’m Gwyneth Lee and welcome to A Million Things to Say.

A Million Things To Say is a specialist Speech Therapy Clinic. It is dedicated to treating voice disorders and stuttering across all ages (children and adults). I have more than 15 years of experience and have led a specialist fluency clinic based in Singapore General Hospital. This enjoyable journey has given me a strong clinical foundation with an in-depth experience in treating speech and language disorders.

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About Gwyneth

Gwyneth Lee graduated from La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, with a Master of Speech Pathology in 2002. She started working at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) in 2003, and was the Principal Speech Therapist when she left SGH in 2014 after 11 years of service.  She holds an Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) practicing certificate. Gwyneth…

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What patients have to say about Gwyneth

Kelvin *(Name Changed) - Adult treated with the Camperdown Program

Kelvin *(Name Changed) – Adult treated with the Camperdown Program

Gwyneth is approachable and engaging, which helped to make the learning process during the Camperdown programme an enjoyable yet fruitful one. The programme is progressive and eventually includes hands-on like phone calls and making queries in shopping mall. Furthermore, Gwyneth patiently guided me to understand the techniques on my own, thus making the results of…

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Hebert  (23 year old)  Treated with the Camperdown Program

Hebert (23 year old) Treated with the Camperdown Program

Gwyneth is my speech therapist for almost one year. Her motherly personality makes her approachable to everyone. She is committed and patient in guiding me to master the speech techniques so that I can speak fluently to close families, friends and even strangers. Thank you Gwyneth!

Bryan (5 years old) - Stuttering

Bryan (5 years old) – Stuttering

Bryan started to show signs of severe stuttering when he was three years old. He was blocking, repeating and stretching his words. I was having the hope that the stuttering would disappear on its own and decided to wait and observe. However, my wish didn’t come true. The stuttering persisted when he turned four. There…

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