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I am slow of speech, but that doesn't stop me from raising questions. Even when my vocal chords freeze up on me I will not be silenced, I will destabilize your worldview, I will ask question, but I will not promise answers. All I can promise is an honest attempt at seeking truth.
 
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Your guide to stuttering in a fast-talking world
 
A place for women who stutter to share stories, thoughts and feelings about our stuttering experience. It can be isolating for women in the predominately male stuttering community. Women talking often and openly about stuttering may lessen that isolation.
 
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Colin Firth and Tom Hooper discuss their critically acclaimed film, The King's Speech, at the Apple Store Regent Street in London. The film charts the personal relationship that developed between England's reluctant King George VI, plagued by a nervous stammer, and his irreverent Australian speech therapist. Moderated by Edith Bowman.
 
If you've read and loved Alice in Wonderland, you wouldn't want to miss reading about her further adventures, the strange and fantastical creatures she meets and the delightful style and word-play that made the first book so appealing. Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll is thematically much more structured and cleverly constructed as compared to the earlier Alice book but still retains its childhood elements of wonder, curiosity and imagination. Lewis Carroll was the pseudonym of Rev ...
 
A podcast giving a voice to people with a stutter. Follow us on twitter - svpodcastausEach episode discusses ways of managing stuttering or stammering.
 
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Episode 187 features return guest Christine Simpson, from the British Stammering Association. Christine lives in London in the UK and last year retired from a long career in library services. After retirement, she was looking for a project and found herself on the organizing committee of this year’s BSA conference, coming up in several weeks. […]…
 
Episode 186 features Maddy Bognar, who hails from Woodstock, New York. Maddy is an occupational therapy student and also a member of a band called the Turn-Ups. She has recently taken a leap to commit to booking two performance shows featuring Kirtan, which is a call and response chant style originating from the Bhakti Yoga tradition […]…
 
Episode #223: Join me on a summer morning walk as I review the latest in stuttering current events.The post A walk in the park appeared first on Stuttering is Cool. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
Episode 185 features Natalie Park who hails from Loughborough, East Midlands, England in the UK. Natalie is a certified vocational assessor and tutor, currently taking courses in counseling and psychotherapy so she can one day help people who stammer. We start off the conversation talking about job hunting. Natalie actually loves job interviews ...…
 
Episode 184 features Madeline Wahl, who presently lives in New York City. She moved to NY from Florida five years ago to take a job with the Huff Post. She currently works as an opinion editor with the Huff, has always loved writing and writes a lot in her spare time. Madeline also greatly enjoys […]…
 
As an experienced Australian and New Zealand McGuire Program coach and course instructor, Phil Jeffrey reflects on what it takes to become a great coach and speaker. Find us in iTunes, Soundcloud and your favourite podcasting app.
 
Episode 183 features Emily Anderson, who hails from Anchorage, Alaska. Emily is 27 years old and just recently started the first ever NSA Family Chapter in Alaska. Emily works as an environmental technician doing water sampling and monitors contaminated water sites. She also does outreach with native Alaskan tribes. Emily also has a second job […]…
 
Episode 182 features Dana Koprowski, who hails from just outside of Chicago, Illinois. Dana has a background in early childhood education and presently works as a nanny for a family and their two children. We talk about career choices, interacting with fluent people about stuttering and how for a long time, Dana didn’t really care […]…
 
Episode 181 features 21-year-old Mikaela, who hails from San Diego, California, after having moved there on a whim six months ago from Vermont. Mikaela works in a float position with the County of San Diego, which means every 3 months she gets reassigned and gets to manage being open with new people about stuttering. Mikaela’s […]…
 
Episode #222: We don't overcome stuttering. We navigate it. Those are the wise words spoken by Annie Bradberry who gave a very motivating and encouraging keynote speech at the 35th annual NSA conference in Chicago. You won't want to miss this!The post Navigating stuttering appeared first on Stuttering is Cool. [[ This is a content summary only. ...…
 
Welcome to Episode 12 - Success with many voices - with Yasmeen Hassan. In this episode with hosts Chad Scott and Jonathon Tary, Yasmeen shares her personal speaking highlights and challenges. Search and subscribe on iTunes, SoundCloud, or your favourite podcasting software. Contact us on svpodcast@yahoo.com and follow us on Twitter (svpodcasta ...…
 
Episode 180 features Petra Ammerlaan who hails from Dreischor, The Netherlands. Petra has been a nurse caring for the elderly for 28 years. She is married to a very supportive husband who never cared that she stutters. Petra got into nursing because she always liked taking care of people. She works mostly with people at […]…
 
Episode 179 features Taylor Owens who hails from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Taylor is a real estate agent and home stager, and she and her husband are expecting their first child in October. Taylor is also actively involved in the NSA, both locally and nationally. Listen in as we talk about Taylor being covert and how restrictive […]…
 
Welcome to Episode 11 - It all adds up with strong technique - with Marcel Conway. In this episode hosted by Jonathon Tary, Marcel reflects on his personal highlights and challenges. Search and subscribe on iTunes, SoundCloud, or your favourite podcasting software. Contact us on svpodcast@yahoo.com and follow us on Twitter (svpodcastaus) and Fa ...…
 
Welcome to Episode 10 - Past, Present and Future - with Chad Scott and Jonathon Tary. In this episode, the hosts reflect on the first 10 episodes, their personal highlights and challenges, and outline exiting changes to the podcast. How will you contribute in the future? Search and subscribe on iTunes, SoundCloud, or your favourite podcasting s ...…
 
Episode 178 features return guest Annie Bradberry, who hails from Corona, California. Annie is the Executive Director of a non-profit, former Executive Director of the National Stuttering Association and current Chair of the International Stuttering Association. She is married almost 30 years to husband Bob and is loving her newest role as gran ...…
 
Welcome to episode 9. In this extended episode, Chad Scott and Jonathon Tary speak to Kristy Warden, McGuire programme graduate and primary coach. Kristy reflects on her speaking journey highs and lows, and provides a sample of her speech prior to completing the McGuire Programme. The interview is split into two parts, with the pre McGuire spee ...…
 
Episode 177 features Claire Norman who hails from London, UK. Claire is 26 years old and keeps very busy. She works as an intelligence analyst in fraud prevention and is studying for her Masters degree in counter fraud and corruption studies. She also founded and directs S.T.U.C. which stands for Stammerers Through University Consultancy. Based […]…
 
Episode #221: Learn about cluttering with me as I chat with Sister Carol Mary Nolan, Carmelite Sister for the Aged and Infirm and person who clutters, and Dr. Charley Adams, Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and Coordinator of the International Cluttering A ...…
 
Chad Scott speaks to Noel Kumar about his speech journey, self acceptance and the journey to eloquence. What does self acceptance mean to you? Follow us on Twitter svpodcastaus and Facebook svpodcast1
 
Chad Scott and Jonathon Tary speak to Tom Deblaere - a person with a stutter studying to be a speech pathologist. Follow us on twitter - svpodcastaus and on Facebook - svpodcast1
 
Episode #220: Get on stage and stutter! On this episode, I speak with co-authors of the textbook, Shining a Light on Stuttering: How One Man Used Comedy to Turn His Impairment Into Applause. The post Stuttering in the spotlight appeared first on Stuttering is Cool. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other conten ...…
 
Episode 176 features Lisa Wilder, who hails from Toronto, Canada. Lisa has been involved with the Canadian Stuttering Association for about 11 years. She prefers behind the scenes work and thus enjoys serving as the webmaster for the CSA. Listen in as we discuss the goals and vision of the Canadian Stuttering Association, it’s annual […]…
 
This episode Jonathon Tary speaks to a New Zealand McGuire Programme graduate with a powerful story of courage and overcoming stuttering. This episode contains topics which may cause distress to some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.This episode discusses ways of managing stuttering or stammering.…
 
Episode 175 features return guest Rachel Hoge, who hails from Springfield, Tennessee. Rachel was a guest here in 2011, when she was 19 and in college for her undergraduate degree. She returns now, at 26, with her Masters of Fine Arts in creative writing. You can check out her first podcast, Untamed Tongue. Rachel now […]…
 
Chad Scott and Jonathon Tary speak to Australian freelance journalist Angela Shanahan about her speaking journey. Angela writes for leading Australian newspapers including The Australian, The Canberra Times, The Sunday Telegraph, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, and news magazines The Spectator and Quadrant. Topics of interest include social aff ...…
 
Episode #219: I chat with three of my friends who have experienced stuttering discrimination that put an abrupt, unwanted change in their life plans.The post ​Stuttering discrimination needs to stop appeared first on Stuttering is Cool. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]…
 
Episode 174 features Tiffani Kittilstved who hails from Seattle, Washington. Tiffani just completed her clinical fellowship year to become officially licensed as a SLP. She works in private practice and has a caseload that includes about 20 kids who stutter. Tiffani is also actively involved in the stuttering community. Tiffani leads a family c ...…
 
On this bonus episode, we feature an interview and an edited version of a stuttering research presentation given by Tatiana Izmaylova, masters research student at Macquarie University, Sydney Australia. The presentation was given during the March 2018 McGuire Programme intensive course in Sydney, Australia. Host - Jonathon Tary…
 
Episode #218: Have you ever written a letter to your stuttering? Or to the phone? Or the letters you stutter on? My guest, James Hayden did! And he wrote a book collecting all the letters he wrote about his stuttering.The post Letters to your stutter appeared first on Stuttering is Cool. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for f ...…
 
Host - Chad Scott. This episode discusses ways of managing stuttering or stammering.
 
Episode 173 is a departure from the usual format of this podcast. I am excited to bring you a wonderful conversation with four individuals who are helping to organize the first ever Joint World Congress for stuttering and cluttering. This inaugural conference will be held this summer from July 13-16, 2018 in Hiroshima, Japan. It’s […]…
 
Episode #217: We're not the only ones who get "the look"! On this episode, learn all about Deaf culture, their similar experiences as ours, and what it's like to be a sign language interpreter.The post Stuttering and sign language appeared first on Stuttering is Cool. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other con ...…
 
This episode discusses ways of managing stuttering or stammering.
 
In Episode 1, the hosts outline their experiences with communications challenges and outline intentions for this podcast. This episode discusses ways of managing stuttering or stammering.
 
Episode #216: Happy Anniversary! Helping me celebrate 10 years of Stuttering is Cool, a few of my friends share their stories of how technological advances from the past 10 years changed the stuttering experience in our social lives, happiness, speech pathology, stuttering research, and more.The post The tenth anniversary episode! appeared firs ...…
 
Episode #215: I talk to conference speakers and organizers to find out how improv can help people who stutter, how to tell a joke despite your stuttering, what it's like to organize a stuttering conference and more!The post Organizing a stuttering conference appeared first on Stuttering is Cool. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi ...…
 
Episode 172 features Jaymie who hails from San Diego, California. Jaymie works for the San Diego Courthouse, in the Human Resources department. She welcomes new hires into the organization and helps them make benefit decisions. She also enjoys reading and writing and is actively involved in her local NSA chapter. Jaymie shares that she was […]…
 
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