Name: Molly Greenwood

Biography

Molly Greenwood is a Speech and Language Therapist and Voice Coach with over five years experience. She works with children and adults with a range of voice disorders, such as hoarse or raspy vocal quality, as well as articulation errors and stammering. She also works with language issues, such as Specific Language Impairment and Autism. As a voice coach she teaches presentation skills and all aspects of voice use (including accent reduction). She works in the corporate sector, with actors, teachers and other professionals. She empowers her clients by raising their awareness of their vocal use (through Mindfulness based approaches) and providing them with opportunities for making choices from a range of optimal vocal strategies. She also teaches in drama schools and adult education colleges including City Literary Institute, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, East 15, Caravanserai and The Brit School, and in theatre with professional actors. Molly’s approach is holistic and collaborative and draws on both her scientific and creative backgrounds. Molly’s calm, charismatic teaching style enables clients to reduce stress, feel more in control of their interactions and empowered to successfully achieve their vocal goals. Clients include: eBay, Westpac, Centrica, British Heart Foundation, Grainger plc, Barts and the London Hospitals, play.com, Victrex, L’Oreal, The Environment Agency.