|About the presenter: Lisa LaSalle, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is a Board Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders and a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders. Dr. LaSalle teaches fluency disorders, phonetics, counseling, research procedures and voice and resonances coursework, and supervises undergraduate and graduate clinicians who work with clients with fluency disorders. Dr. LaSalle also has a private practice and experience with direct clinical services for those with fluency disorders. Dr. LaSalle has published numerous articles on the topic of childhood stuttering, and recently she co-presented with Dr. Lesley Wolk on the topic of cluttering at the 2009 International Fluency Association Congress.|
This presentation is a 45 minute, narrated, online lecture. Originally part of the 12th ISAD online conference on stuttering, it is included here with the permission of the author. For those who cannot access the narrated version, the PowerPoint slides are also available.
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