Coming to Atlanta! Teen intensive therapy program – June 12-17, 2017

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Coming to Atlanta! Teen intensive therapy program – June 12-17, 2017

We are proud to announce our first ever intensive therapy program for teens who stutter in Atlanta, Georgia! For over 20 years, we have offered intensive programs for adults and teens at our AIS office in New York City, and we are excited to bring one of these intensives to the Atlanta region in 2017!

The teen program will run from Monday June 12th to Saturday June 17th, 10:00am to 4:30pm each day.

This one-week experience is a group therapy model, and is ideal for teens who want an “immersive experience.” Each intensive program is unique based on the individual needs of those enrolled, however, our goal is to offer a place for group therapy and support where teens can evaluate their current experience with stuttering and establish a new, healthier approach. We keep the discussion and goals practical, and focused on daily living. Teens from recent intensives report that it helped them feel more confident and speak more freely – in school, at home and while spending time with friends.

For a limited time we will be offering free consultations for people who stutter in the Atlanta metropolitan area. If you are interested in this upcoming teen intensive program or any other services, contact us here through our site or contact our Atlanta office directly by emailing atlanta@stutteringtreatment.org or calling (678) 701-7458.

The American Institute for Stuttering is a leading non-profit organization whose primary mission is to provide universally affordable, state-of-the-art speech therapy to people of all ages who stutter, guidance to their families, and much-needed clinical training to speech professionals wishing to gain expertise in stuttering. Offices are located in New York, NY and Atlanta, GA, and services are also available Online. Our mission extends to advancing public and scholarly understanding of this often misunderstood disorder.


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