The Lived Experience of People with Cluttering
New information is emerging about our understanding of how cluttering may impact those living with it. Understanding the perspective of people with cluttering is crucial to providing effective services.
This workshop will cover:
1. Understanding the relationship between new findings regarding awareness of cluttering and clinical applications
2. Understanding the perspectives of those with cluttering regarding life impact
3. Understanding the concept of interactive listening and its implications for family education and support
4. Understanding how client perspective will shape treatment and carryover decisions throughout the lifespan
Target Audience: Speech-Language Pathologists, those with cluttering and their allies
Bio: Kathleen Scaler Scott, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-F is an Associate Professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at Monmouth University. Dr. Scaler Scott’s research and clinical interests include cluttering, atypical disfluencies and disfluency with concomitant diagnoses. She is author of Fluency Plus: Managing Fluency Disorders in Individuals with Multiple Diagnoses, a textbook and treatment manual focusing on understanding, evaluating and treating cluttering, stuttering, and atypical disfluencies along with concomitant disorders. Dr. Scaler Scott was the first Coordinator of the International Cluttering Association and the 2018 recipient of the Deso Weis Award for Excellence in the Field of Cluttering.
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