Hello, I am a person who stutters. As you are probably aware, people who stutter often have certain situations where they are (more or less) consistently naturally fluent e.g. when on their own or when talking to a small child. Based on what I have heard/read and based on my own experiences too, these are situations where we do not anticipate having difficulty speaking. We don’t think about stuttering and we are not thinking about how we are doing it, as we are talking. We just talk and it all happens effortlessly and automatically. So my question is, what ways have you discovered which help your clients to take their focus away from how they are talking, so that the brain can use its automatic neural pathway to produce natural, effortless speech? Thank you.
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