Stuttering Therapy: Practical Ideas for the School Clinician

Are you working with school-age children who stutter? Do you have questions about how best to structure their therapy?

Then don't miss the Stuttering Foundation 's conference, Stuttering Therapy: Practical Ideas for the School Clinician, June 17-18, 2005 at the Minneapolis (MN) Marriott!

Expert clinicians in childhood stuttering will present on a variety of topics including multidimensional assessment, using practical strategies to achieve change, dealing with guilt and shame, treating children who stutter who have concomitant disorders, and developing healthier attitudes and emotions.

Presenters include Patricia Zebrowski, Ph.D., Peter Ramig, Ph.D., Lisa Scott, Ph.D., E. Charles Healey, Ph.D., Kristin Chmela, M.A., and Bill Murphy, M.A.

The most exciting component of this unique conference, however, is the guided practice sessions. Attendees break out during three separate sessions to work in small groups on the various skills introduced during the main presentations, and are able to get individualized feedback and answers to their questions. The seven discussion group leaders include Judy Kuster, Katie Dauer, Barbara Moore-Brown, Ann McKeehan, Elise Kaufman, Joe Donaher, and Susan Cochrane.

Included in the registration fee are continental breakfasts both days, two luncheons, a wine and cheese reception, and 1.3 ASHA CEUs. To register, call 1-800-992-9392 or download the application. Hurry registration ends June 2 and space is limited to the first 80 registrants!!