[ Contents | Search | Post | Reply | Next | Previous | Up ]
From: Matt Paden
Date: 04 Oct 2011
Time: 10:49:25 -0500
Remote Name: 126.96.36.199
Thanks for sharing some of these success stories. They show that with work and the right intervention, stuttering might not be "cured" but it can be effectively managed so that stutterers can take on other life challenges and goals (like college, interviews, work, marriage) confidently. One question: In your stories, you spoke of the clients achieving fluency success. Did you ever work on pseudostuttering techniques as a way of making them comfortable with their stuttering to encourage self-acceptance? Or were your efforts focused on avoiding stuttering events and increasing fluency? Thanks!