Virutal clients and real clinicians: Increasing Opportunities for Clinical Training in Fluency


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virtual clients and real clinicians! virtual clinicians and real clients? Judy Kuster 10/4/00
Re: virtual clients and real clinicians! virtual clinicians and re... Anthony J Caruso 10/9/00
PST Javier Sangorrin. BARCELONA (SPAIN) 10/4/00
Re: PST Anthony J Caruso 10/9/00
Exciting potential Sheree Reese 10/5/00
Re: Exciting potential Anthony J Caruso 10/9/00
PST Brooke John 10/11/00
Re: PST Anthonyy J Caruso 10/13/00
Permission to publish Mike 10/11/00
Re: Permission to publish Anthony J Caruso 10/13/00
Availability in schools Holly C. Paschke, SLP 10/13/00
Virtual clients and real clinicians T. Jensen 10/16/00
Virtual Clients and real clincicans Mary Lindblad 10/17/00
your article Sarah Brackett 10/18/00
virtual clients Beth LaRosa 10/18/00
Virtual Clients Mary Carmody 10/18/00
Virtual Clients and Real Clinicians Karen Fatka 10/18/00
Comment from a student 10/20/00
practice tests and self assessment ASU graduat students  10/22/00
"Virtual Parents?" ASU graduate students 10/22/00
stuttering modification Blanche 10/8/03

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