Hey there! I am currently a second year distance graduate student at SFA, and have also been an SLP-Assistant for 3 years now. My question today is broad, and subjective, but I see how many SLPs and people learning to become SLPs seem lost with stuttering. We grasp diagnosing and treating articulation and language, but when it comes to stuttering it seems as though most of us are lost. Of course, not everyone seems to feel this way about fluency, but I know I do. I currently have an amazing professor, but if it were not for her or this class I would be going into this profession not feeling great about stuttering treatment. So my question is, why are we so lost with treatment of a disorder that falls in our scope of practice?
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