Self-Disclosure & Voluntary Stuttering

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When a clinician asks a person who stutters to stutter on purpose and to self-disclose their stuttering to others, they typically react as would be expected, “Why would I do that, and share something I am trying so hard to avoid and hide?”

This 86 minute seminar will review a series of published studies that demonstrate voluntary stuttering and self-disclosure are among the most beneficial strategies… not strictly from the perspective of clinicians, but, more importantly, from the perspective of children and adults who stutter.

However, as will be discussed (and demonstrated through authentic client recordings), these strategies are only effective when used in distinct ways.

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Self-Disclosure & Voluntary Stuttering

When a clinician asks a person who stutters to stutter on purpose and to self-disclose their stuttering to others, they typically react as would be expected, “Why would I do that, and share something I am trying so hard to avoid and hide?”

This 86 minute seminar will review a series of published studies that demonstrate voluntary stuttering and self-disclosure are among the most beneficial strategies… not strictly from the perspective of clinicians, but, more importantly, from the perspective of children and adults who stutter.

However, as will be discussed (and demonstrated through authentic client recordings), these strategies are only effective when used in distinct ways.

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