We are second year MSP students. We are currently taking a stuttering course. We have learned that the causes of stuttering can vary and is not fully known. We were wondering if there is current research that provides a more concrete etiology of stuttering? Are there other risk factors besides family history and gender?
We have also learned about a myriad of approaches to stuttering therapy. Although as clinicians it is essential to individualize treatment to each client, which approach/ treatment do you believe to be most effective? What does current research tell us about effectiveness of individual versus group service delivery for stuttering treatment? Or does evidence show that a combined approach of delivery yields optimal results?
Thanks so much for your time and help!
2nd year MSP Students
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