Twenty-one therapists gathered from eight countries across the globe for a week of professional development under the tutelage of Elaine Kelman and Ali Berquez from the Michael Palin Centre in London.
In this new video from The Stuttering Foundation, viewers meet other kids who recount how they handle challenges such as teasing, speaking out in class, and teaching others about stuttering.
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We are saddened by the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, whose father King George VI struggled with stuttering throughout his life.
Amanda Mammana gave an emotional audition when she sang a song she wrote herself on America's Got Talent.
Nan Bernstein Ratner and Shelley B. Brundage revive Oliver Bloodstein’s seminal work with an innovative format and the latest research to guide the reader to the new “edge of our knowledge of stuttering.”
Using Cognitive Approaches with People Who Stutter was held in Boston from June 13-17.
Brian Fraga is an award-winning journalist and reporter from Massachusetts. He sat down with The Stuttering Foundation to discuss his many life and career successes, along his lifelong journey with stuttering.
We caught up with some old friends to see how their careers have progressed since we first spoke seven years ago.
This one-week course provides speech-language pathologists with an introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) in relation to the assessment and treatment of stuttering.