Using Williams' Normal Talking Approach (#6325)
"Using Williams' Normal Talking Approach to Help Children Make Speech Change" will increase your confidence and flexibility in teaching students to modify their speech behavior!
In this 153-minute video, filmed at the Stuttering Foundation's 2014 two-day conference on working with the school-...
Stuttering: A Clinical Review of the Evidence (#6330)
In this engaging 77 minute lecture, Dr. Joe Donaher of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, provides a framework for clinicians to view childhood stuttering from an evidence-based perspective. He presents the latest research in stuttering onset and development, genetics, neurophysiology, and ...
Scoring Disfluencies (#6350)
Many methods have been developed to count speech disfluencies, and in this 1-hour video, clinicians are trained to differentiate between various types of disfluencies, how to code them, and analyze the data accordingly.
While this is just one aspect of a comprehensive fluency assessment, it i...
Avoidance Reduction Therapy in a Group Setting (#6740)
The roots of Avoidance Reduction Therapy for Stuttering are found in the pioneering work of the late Joseph Sheehan, a professor of psychology at UCLA, and his wife Vivian Sheehan, a Los Angeles-based speech pathologist. The Sheehans applied concepts from conflict theory and role theory to formul...
Basic Clinical Skills (#9600)
This 128-minute program demonstrates speech management strategies to help you work effectively with children and adults who stutter.
- Exploring talking and stuttering
- Explore stuttering
- Explore change
- Tools for change
- Soft starts
- Changing ra...