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AIS Speech Therapist Kristel Kubart on StutterTalk Podcast

By | April 30th, 2015|AIS Staff, Featured, People Who Stutter, Stuttering & Relationships, Voluntary Stuttering|

Kristel Kubart, one of our talented speech-language pathologists, was recently interviewed for the StutterTalk Podcast. Kristel, who is recently married, talked with StutterTalk host, Peter Reitzes, about stuttering and how it relates to marriage and many other issues. Kristel is a person who stutters herself, and like Sara MacIntyre's episode, Kristel and Peter also talked [...]

Heather Grossman featured on Stuttergirl Vlog

By | September 24th, 2014|AIS News, People Who Stutter, Therapy for Stuttering, Voluntary Stuttering|

AIS Clinical Director Dr. Heather Grossman spent time discussing stuttering with Jacquelyn from the StutterGirl video blog. In this two part video, they spend time talking about the many "layers" of stuttering, how secondary behaviors develop, voluntary stuttering, and learning to stutter on your own terms. Part one: Part two:

Intensive therapy for adults: Mark discusses the first week of his intensive program

By | August 13th, 2013|Desensitization, Intensive Programs, People Who Stutter, Therapy for Stuttering, Voluntary Stuttering|

After completing the first week of the August three-week intensive therapy program, Mark talks about his reasons for choosing the AIS intensive program, and about his experiences so far. Thanks, Mark, for your willingness to share. To learn more about therapy at the American Institute for Stuttering, visit stutteringtreatment.org. Follow AIS on Facebook at facebook.com/StutteringTreatment [...]

Setting daily objectives

By | March 22nd, 2013|Intensive Programs, People Who Stutter, Therapy for Stuttering, Voluntary Stuttering|

In this video, AIS client Jacquelyn discusses her current daily challenge of voluntary stuttering with three strangers per day. Jacquelyn previously shared about being and actress who stutters, and recently started her own blog, StutterGirl.

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