Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teens (#1076)

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The teen years are full of challenges. For teens who stutter, it can also be a lonely time. They need to know that they are not alone - and that real help is available.

In this 30-minute video, teens share their experiences of stuttering and talk about what works for them. Narrated by high school student David Wilkins, who stutters himself, Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teens provides forthright information and advice on managing stuttering in academic and social settings. Noted clinicians demonstrate helpful techniques and discuss:

(start time) TOPIC
(00:00-) What causes stuttering
(03:28-) Is there something wrong with you?
(07:22-) Feelings you may have
(08:39-) It’s not unusual to feel different
(10:16-) How stuttering affected David and Amanda
(12:09-) Feeling different and rejected
(13:16-) Sometimes people don’t understand
(13:59-) Reactions to teasing
(14:43-) The feeling of panic
(15:53-) Take all the time you need
(17:24-) Feelings of frustration
(18:48-) There is help
(23:35-) Pushing and tension of stuttering
(25:58-) Don’t avoid embarrassment or fear
(28:43-) Resist time pressure
(30:20-) Stuttering Foundation Publications

This video is an excellent resource for teens and adults, their families, teachers, physicians, and speech-language pathologists.

Produced by Barry Guitar, Ph.D., and Carroll Guitar, M.L.S., University of Vermont; Edward G. Conture, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University; Jane Fraser, Stuttering Foundation; Hugo H. Gregory, Ph.D., Northwestern University; and Peter Ramig, Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder.

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Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teens (#1076)

The teen years are full of challenges. For teens who stutter, it can also be a lonely time. They need to know that they are not alone - and that real help is available.

In this 30-minute video, teens share their experiences of stuttering and talk about what works for them. Narrated by high school student David Wilkins, who stutters himself, Stuttering: Straight Talk for Teens provides forthright information and advice on managing stuttering in academic and social settings. Noted clinicians demonstrate helpful techniques and discuss:

(start time) TOPIC
(00:00-) What causes stuttering
(03:28-) Is there something wrong with you?
(07:22-) Feelings you may have
(08:39-) It’s not unusual to feel different
(10:16-) How stuttering affected David and Amanda
(12:09-) Feeling different and rejected
(13:16-) Sometimes people don’t understand
(13:59-) Reactions to teasing
(14:43-) The feeling of panic
(15:53-) Take all the time you need
(17:24-) Feelings of frustration
(18:48-) There is help
(23:35-) Pushing and tension of stuttering
(25:58-) Don’t avoid embarrassment or fear
(28:43-) Resist time pressure
(30:20-) Stuttering Foundation Publications

This video is an excellent resource for teens and adults, their families, teachers, physicians, and speech-language pathologists.

Produced by Barry Guitar, Ph.D., and Carroll Guitar, M.L.S., University of Vermont; Edward G. Conture, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University; Jane Fraser, Stuttering Foundation; Hugo H. Gregory, Ph.D., Northwestern University; and Peter Ramig, Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder.

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