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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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SpeechScience
Daily+
 
A collaborative effort of a group of Speech-Language Pathologists to provide the most recent evidence, tools, and ideas - all in language that anyone can understand.
 
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MSHA Radio
Monthly
 
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology News and Features
 
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Stutter Radio
Weekly
 
support for Those Who Stutter
 
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Easy Speak Podcast
Rare
 
A podcast devoted to children's speech and language needs.
 
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Live Stutter Free
Weekly
 
Every person has the same purpose: self-expression. The most effective way to express ourselves is through words. But according to the Stuttering Foundation, close to 80 million people worldwide stutter, about one percent of the population. In the United States, that's way over 3 million Americans who stutter. Anna Deeter is a speech educator licensed by the Speech Academie Etalon International By R.A.Snezhko nonprofit and the founder of Live Stutter Free.Deeter is NOT a speech pathologist. ...
 
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Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: How to Overcome StutteringSubtitle: Learn to Speak Fluently, Speak Without Fear & Get Rid of Stutter for LifeAuthor: Jacob MarriotNarrator: Trevor ClingerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 27 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 01-09-18Publisher: Jacob MarriotRat ...…
 
Weeeeellllcommmme to Meeeeeereeee Rhetoooooric! It’s our annual Halloween episode, which means a little bit of the people, ideas and movements who have shaped rhetorical history, but mostly a ghost story. This year, we’re going with our first not-MR-James story. Don’t worry--there are still intials--but first--to business. If you’re going to ta ...…
 
At 17, Richard Holmes had everything he had wanted: a successful career as a mountain biker; a life in beautiful Whistler, British Columbia; sponsors wanting to endorse him. Despite the accolades, he had one other thing that was tearing at his confidence and progressively worsening in the process: a stutter. “My speech was definitely the worst ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Falling From the SkySubtitle: Gravity, Book 2Author: Sarina BowenNarrator: Tanya Eby, Aiden SnowFormat: UnabridgedLength: 6 hrs and 52 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 08-23-17Publisher: Blunder Woman ProductionsRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 18 votesGenres ...…
 
Chaya Goldstein joins Reuben Schuff at the 34th annual National Stuttering Association (NSA) conference in Dallas, Texas. They discuss following your dreams, changing the way the world views stuttering, the importance of stuttering advocacy and much more. Chaya Goldstein is a PWS, SLP, teacher, dancer, nature-lover, and overall life-enthusiast. ...…
 
Episode #210: I chat with Andrew Castaneda who recently started a YouTube channel all about his stuttering journey, how at the age of 15 he decided no more speech therapy, and how changing his perception towards his speech helped him.The post Changing your stuttering perception appeared first on Stuttering is Cool. [[ This is a content summary ...…
 
Melissa Fuller joins Peter Reitzes to discuss her experience living with neurogenic stuttering. Dr. Fuller recently acquired stuttering after a car accident and has pursued a quick path towards stuttering acceptance. On today’s episode Dr. Fuller discusses a range of topics including how family and speech therapy have helped her and how embraci ...…
 
Quick note on self development. Don’t call it self help. People who are immature or have a fixed mindset will ridicule you for it. They will get the impression you are a loser in life looking to self medicate with books. The fact that anyone wants to become a better person is commendable. Also, development information is like taking a pill for ...…
 
Episode 167 features Hazel Percy, who hails from East London, in the U.K. Hazel works in an elderly care home, but her real passion is in public speaking and giving talks in her community. She enjoys sharing her journey towards getting over stuttering. Listen in as Hazel shares her experiences with early speech therapy, The […]…
 
Scott Yaruss joins Peter Reitzes to discuss if articulation and phonology treatment can cause or exacerbate stuttering. At the end of the episode, Dr. Yaruss is asked briefly to discuss the related topic of bilingualism and stuttering. J. Scott Yaruss, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, F-ASHA is an Associate Professor in Speech-Language Pathology at the Uni ...…
 
Waking Up From Everyday Brainwashing Many people use hypnosis in order to overcome subconscious blocks and create positive change in their life. But sometimes, the faster, more efficient rout to change is learning how to becoming un-hypnotized, or dehypnotized in our everyday life. Learning how to wake, up, become conscious, and take steps to d ...…
 
Jane Fraser and Emily Anderson join Peter Reitzes to discuss finding love when you stutter. Ms. Anderson shares her experience as a young woman who stutters who is challenging herself to face stuttering professionally and personally. Ms. Fraser, President of the Stuttering Foundation, draws upon her decades of experience to discuss productive w ...…
 
Today StutterTalk published a “Position Statement on Self-Help and Speech Therapy for People Who Stutter.” Read the statement here or View PDF Version. A lot of collaboration, stuttering love and experience went into our first position statement. We are very proud to share this with you. We are also excited to share that StutterTalk […]…
 
Last weekend I had the humbling opportunity to speak at the first ever Restoration Therapy Conference which was held at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. When the founder of the model, Dr. Terry Hargrave asked med to present on anxiety and the Restoration Therapy model, I knew it was an invitation that I couldn't refuse. I consider Dr. Hargr ...…
 
Last weekend I had the humbling opportunity to speak at the first ever Restoration Therapy Conference which was held at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. When the founder of the model, Dr. Terry Hargrave asked med to present on anxiety and the Restoration Therapy model, I knew it was an invitation that I couldn't refuse. I consider Dr. Hargr ...…
 
Neil Rodrigues joins Peter Reitzes to discuss the “long haul” of facing stuttering and some possible limits or concerns regarding stuttering acceptance. Mr. Rodrigues is asked about the interconnection he sees between stuttering, identify and acceptance. Mr. Rodriques describes grappling with stuttering by years of hard work which include speec ...…
 
Chad is joined by ‘Stuttering’ John Melendez, formerly of The Howard Stern Show and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Talk about therapy and OCD leads to stories, including some about Jay Leno and Howie Mandel. The Stuttering John Podcast can be heard at PodcastOne.com
 
Let’s Talk About Me Episode: 01 Duration: 43:33 Size: 36mb Summary: Chad is joined by ‘Stuttering’ John Melendez, formlerly of The Howard Stern Show and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Talk about therapy and OCD leads to many stories, including some about Jay Leno and Howie Mandel. The Stuttering John Podcast can be heard at PodcastOne.com The ...…
 
Ennio Vescio joins Peter Reitzes to discuss the importance of not skeeving stuttering anymore. Mr. Vescio is asked about becoming genuine with his stuttering, using voluntary stuttering and advertising (telling others you stutter), stuttering in different languages, dating and stuttering, speech therapy and much more. Ennio Vescio is a 20 year ...…
 
"Bombs in the city centre and we rebuilt it." - Strategy Wow, here we are at the seventh birthday episode! I had this title in mind way back, long before I knew if it'd be realistic to record for so long, but we got here :) Thanks to you all for your support, and please do introduce anyone whose listening game needs a step up! A couple of links ...…
 
In this episode of The Speech and Language Kids Podcast, speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark explores different stuttering therapy activities that you can do in speech therapy to help your kiddos who stutter. Click Here to Download Your Free Stuttering Cheat Sheets Preschooler Stuttering Therapy: Indirect Therapy: Identify fast vs. slow sp ...…
 
When you get knocked down or frustrated during a meeting, how do you react? Do you get angry? Do you get quiet?Do you spend more time complaining about the meeting than the actual time that you spent in the meeting? If this sounds familiar then you're in the right place because episode 11 of the Create Awesome Meetings Podcast features Zaheen N ...…
 
Living with Psychosis: Living in ShameTime passes so quickly these days as I come upon my 40th year. The prognosis of my schizophrenia spectrum disorder becomes clearer as my cognitive abilities decline.Life is an intimate and somewhat private stage. By contrast, the Internet is a public and global stage that is written in ink, not pencil. Ther ...…
 
David has had an active career now spanning 32 years, furthering the field of Reverse Speech as his full time occupation. He has developed new theories, and designed therapeutic and training techniques. He has published several books on Reverse Speech has appeared on dozens of television programs, including Larry King Live, Geraldo, Leeza Gibbo ...…
 
David has had an active career now spanning 32 years, furthering the field of Reverse Speech as his full time occupation. He has developed new theories, and designed therapeutic and training techniques. He has published several books on Reverse Speech has appeared on dozens of television programs, including Larry King Live, Geraldo, Leeza Gibbo ...…
 
Dr Andrew Chang of Smiles & Faces Orthodontics, Blacktown interviews 2 experienced speech therapists, Julie and Celine of Western Sydney Speech Pathology and they share their insights. Some highlights are: 1:18- Effect of orthodontic appliances on speech therapy exercises. Are there any? 4:17- Benefits of seeing a speech therapist (asides from ...…
 
There is well documented evidence that if you change how a stammerer hears they way they are speaking, they will stammer less. Using this finding, 10 years ago saw the introduction of new devices (especially in-ear devices) that purported to help people stop stammering. But these fluency aids have not lived up to early promise- indeed many peop ...…
 
There is well documented evidence that if you change how a stammerer hears they way they are speaking, they will stammer less. Using this finding, 10 years ago saw the introduction of new devices (especially in-ear devices) that purported to help people stop stammering. But these fluency aids have not lived up to early promise- indeed many peop ...…
 
There is well documented evidence that if you change how a stammerer hears they way they are speaking, they will stammer less. Using this finding, 10 years ago saw the introduction of new devices (especially in-ear devices) that purported to help people stop stammering. But these fluency aids have not lived up to early promise- indeed many peop ...…
 
Episode 140 features Debbie Riordan, who hails from Dresser, Wisconsin. Debbie is a therapy aid at a nursing home. She really wants to get into writing, and is thinking of pursuing a college major called “Professional Communication and Emerging Media.” Debbie shares many observations and insights about having lived with stuttering. She says, “I ...…
 
What is Selective Mutism? Selective mutism is a diagnosis that describes a child who does not speak in certain situations where speech is expected (such as at school or in public) but is able to speak normally in at least one other setting (such as at home). According to the Diagnostic And Statistical Manual The post Selective Mutism Treatment: ...…
 
Craig Senior is a Canadian Business Consultant based in Ottawa. He has been Consultant in computer systems since 1988. Married with two cats, he has two grown children from his first marriage. He enjoys cycling and rode across Canada in 2009 to support the Sears National Kids Cancer Ride. He is a very active Toastmaster. […]…
 
Many parents think speech therapy is just for stuttering, late talkers, or poor pronunciation. But those elements are just the most obvious communication troubles. Speech and language are complex processes in the child's developing brain that govern not only the child’s production of words, but the understanding of words spoken to them. Not to ...…
 
Remote Ischemic Conditioning to Reduce Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury after Cardiac Arrest In this episode Zack and Joe talk with a true pioneer in resuscitation and the science of cardiac arrest management. Graham Nichol, from the University of Washington, joined us at Sharp Memorial Hospital for an amazing discussion about “Remote Ischemic Condi ...…
 
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