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30 Jun 2009

Four Questions: The Pros and Cons of Stuttering and Fluency

By | 2017-02-19T06:27:12+00:00 June 30th, 2009|Intensive Programs, Therapy for Stuttering|1 Comment

In the third week of each intensive therapy program, we have the participants contemplate and answer the following questions: What's 'bad' about stuttering? What have been the benefits of your stuttering? Is there any downside to being a more fluent speaker? Lastly, what are the benefits of managing your speech effectively and speaking more fluently? [...]

29 Jun 2009

Joe prepares for an interview

By | 2017-02-19T06:27:12+00:00 June 29th, 2009|Client Stories, Therapy for Stuttering|1 Comment

In an individual therapy session at AIS, Joe prepares for an interview by reviewing his vocal fold management strategies and then role playing the interview with his speech therapist, Carl. Of course, Joe is hopeful that he gets the gig, but understands this will be great practice for upcoming interviews if it doesn't work out [...]

18 May 2009

A great research article on the SpeechEasy

By | 2017-02-19T06:27:13+00:00 May 18th, 2009|Therapy for Stuttering|9 Comments

AIS clinician Chamonix Olsen introduces you to a great research article on the SpeechEasy written by current AIS intern Ryan Pollard and John Ellis. [embedded video] You can read the article – The SpeechEasy: Emerging evidence for interested clinicians and prospective buyers – on The Stuttering Homepage. The article has also been published in the [...]

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