I am currently in my first semester of graduate school, and I am in a stuttering course. I have learned that while you can’t completely “fix” or “get rid of” a stutter per se, you can do different activities that help compensate for it. However, I understand it is sometimes common for a parent or guardian of a child with a stutter to want you, the therapist, to rid them of it completely. What is a good response to this? As firmly just saying “you can’t get rid of a stutter” would probably anger or confuse the parent or guardian. Thank you for your time!
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