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From: Ken Logan
Date: 19 Apr 2010
Time: 06:42:28 -0500
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
I agree that speaking partners can be enlisted in the process, and they can be of great benefit. In a therapy situation, speaking partner assistance is probably most helpful when the client/student is in the early stages of trying to make changes. Of course, it is important for the speaker who clutters to develop some proficiency in self-monitoring, as this increasing the odds of successful communication in situations where the listener is unfamiliar with the speaker or with cluttering.