Considering an intensive therapy program at AIS? Lisa, one of our January 2016 intensive program participants, recently took a few minutes to talk about her transition from being more covert about her stuttering to being more open about it.
During her intensive therapy program at the American Institute for Stuttering, Jia gives a speech intended for her childhood self. She talks of the pain, fear, and shame of being a child who stutters, and, now as an adult coming to terms with herself as a stutterer, she shares her new found love and unconditional love for herself.
Sid speaks to a group of friends and family after participating in the two week intensive therapy program here at the American Institute for Stuttering in New York City (July 2015).
Sameer participated in the June 2015 teen intensive therapy program at the American Institute for Stuttering. Here he talks about one of his favorite moments of the intensive. He and the other teens went out on a stuttering scavenger hunt.
Michael talks about individual therapy and the one week teen intensive treatment program at the American Institute for Stuttering.
Umang accepted the subway challenge while participating in the May 2013 intensive therapy program at the American Institute for Stuttering. The subway challenge is not a required activity in the AIS intensive program, but a challenge for those willing to work on desensitization in an extreme manner. Let us know if you have any questions for Umang. He would be happy to answer them.