A 55-minute DVD on stuttering for adults who stutter, their families, and the professionals who work with them. Those who stutter share their personal stories and insights into what has helped them.
Speech-language pathologists answer questions about stuttering and demonstrate a variety of therapy techniques, including:
- analyzing speech and stuttering;
- improving attitudes about speech;
- modifying stuttering and overall communication;
- transferring new skills into the real world;
- maintaining improvement outside the therapy setting.
The broad range of perspectives and depth of information in this video ensure that it will be a lasting source of inspiration to those who stutter.
Produced by Barry Guitar, Ph.D. and Carroll Guitar, M.L.S., University of Vermont; in collaboration with Jane Fraser, president, Stuttering Foundation; Peter Ramig, Ph.D., University of Colorado; Hugo H. Gregory, Ph.D., Northwestern University. Narrated by June Haerle Campbell, M.A., Northwestern University. Additional footage provided by Deborah Kully, M.S., ISTAR, and Catherine Montgomery, M.S., AIS.
DVD chaptering makes this an even more useful tool!
Included as a bonus is the 30 minute DVD for teens, Straight Talk for Teens.