Hello! My name is Emily and I am a graduate student taking an advanced fluency disorders course. I have a question regarding stuttering/cluttering therapy. I recently worked with a young client who cluttered. His parents reported moderate-severe disfluencies while at home (a rating of 7/10), but I never saw any disfluencies in our therapy sessions. He appeared to be very sensitive when talking about his disfluencies. Does anybody have any creative techniques to target fluency in therapy, when the client presents as fluent? We worked with the parents a lot for techniques they can do at home. Are there any ideas of things you could do in therapy?
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