Counseling: Listening To & Talking With Parents of CWS (9122)
Counseling-Listening To & Talking w/Parents of CWS • 44m
Parents play a key role in the treatment of children who stutter. Helping them recognize and cope with their own feelings about their child's stuttering is critical to success in therapy.
In this 50-minute video, noted clinicians demonstrate and discuss strategies for counseling parents in all stages of the treatment process as the parent-clinician relationship develops.
In this video, you will see key techniques for handling these and other situations demonstrated in actual counseling sessions, followed by expert analysis and advice on tactics you can employ.
(02:45-) The First Contact
(04:37-) The Initial Interview
(15:11-) Counseling Both Parents
(22:07-) Dealing with Fear and Resistance
(29:31-) Later in the Process
(36:36-) Working with a Group
Produced by Patricia Zebrowski, Ph.D., University of Iowa; Barry Guitar, Ph.D., University of Vermont; and Carroll Guitar, M.L.S., University of Vermont; in collaboration with Diane Hill, M.A., Northwestern University; Peter Ramig, Ph.D., University of Colorado-Boulder; and Jane Fraser, President of The Stuttering Foundation.