Hello! We are second-year students in the Master of Speech Pathology program at the University of South Carolina. Currently, we are taking a fluency course examining the types, causes, and methods of assessment and intervention for stuttering. A common trend that we have discussed regarding stuttering is the need to reduce negative attitudes/feelings and transition into accepting stuttering. As speech-language pathologists, we want to advocate and support people who stutter as much as possible. However, it is often difficult to know how to advocate and help our clients accept their stuttering. What are some techniques/strategies that we as clinicians can implement to reduce negative attitudes/feelings and transition into acceptance?
Brad, Sara Walden, Hannah, and Erin
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