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Changing how you think about stuttering... One podcast at a time.

Changing how you think about stuttering... One podcast at a time.
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Changing how you think about stuttering... One podcast at a time.

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Episodes

High Stress Stuttering Edition (Ep. 656)

9/15/2018
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Bob “the Expert” Quesal joins Peter Reitzes to discuss high stress speaking and stuttering situations and much more. Robert Quesal, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is a professor emeritus of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Western Illinois University, a person who stutters, a fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and a retired Board Certified Specialist in Fluency and […]

Duration:00:42:44

When I Stutter (Ep. 655)

8/28/2018
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John Gomez joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss his film When I Stutter. John Gomez works as a Speech Pathologist for the Los Angeles Unified School District. He is a professor at California State University Los Angeles where he teaches the graduate course in stuttering. John is also a documentary filmmaker. His feature film, WHEN I […]

Duration:00:45:47

PhD Students Having an Impact on the World of Stuttering (Ep. 654)

7/16/2018
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Katherine Winters, Seth Tichenor, and Heather Salvo join Kerianne Druker at the One World, Many Voices: Science and Community World Congress in Hiroshima, Japan to discuss their research and the impact that doctoral students are having in the stuttering and research communities. Katherine (Katie) Winters, MA, CCC-SLP, is a doctoral student at The University of Texas at Austin. Her research […]

Duration:00:31:59

Stuttering and Mocking: How Should Employers Respond? (Ep. 653)

7/15/2018
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John Steggles join Dr. Tom Weidig at the One World, Many Voices: Science and Community World Congress in Hiroshima, Japan to discuss stuttering blogs and social media, if an employee should be fired for mocking a person who stutters, and how employers should train employees related to understanding and respecting differences. John Steggles has been involved in the stuttering self-help […]

Duration:00:25:33

Growing Up Stuttering in Japan (Ep. 652)

7/15/2018
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Kodai Noguchi joins Caryn Herring at the One World, Many Voices: Science and Community World Congress in Hiroshima, Japan to discuss growing up stuttering in Japan, stuttering in your own way, meeting others who stutter, and much more. Kodai and Caryn have a fascinating discussion about using filler words, tricks, and compensations in Japanese and English. Kodai […]

Duration:00:51:30

The Physical Aspects of Stuttering: Genes and Brain Structure (Ep. 651)

7/14/2018
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Dr. Shelly Jo Kraft and Dr. Keiichi Yasu join Kerianne Druker and Dr. Tom Weidig at the One World, Many Voices: Science and Community World Congress in Hiroshima, Japan to discuss the physical aspects of stuttering related to genes and brain structure. The group also discusses subgroups in stuttering research. Shelly Jo Kraft is an associate professor in the Department […]

Duration:00:37:43

What Is Early Intervention Really About? (Ep. 650)

7/14/2018
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Dr. Marie-Christine Franken and Dr. Janet Beilby join Kerianne Druker and Dr. Tom Weidig at the One World, Many Voices: Science and Community World Congress in Hiroshima, Japan to discuss stuttering treatment, early intervention, research, and much more. They have a spirited discussion about the future possibility of turning on and off gene mutations related to stuttering. One interesting point […]

Duration:00:46:50

Striving To Do Better In Therapy for Teenagers Who Stutter (Ep. 649)

7/8/2018
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Naomi Rodgers joins Chaya Goldstein at the 2018 National Stuttering Association’s (NSA) 35th annual conference to discuss the variety of choices available to people who stutter, reframing negative stuttering experiences into positive learning experiences, stages of change, therapy readiness, and much more. Naomi Rodgers, MA, CCC-SLP is a doctoral candidate at The University of Iowa. Ms. Rodgers is […]

Duration:00:42:06

The Power of Stuttering Allies (Ep. 648)

7/6/2018
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Emily Anderson joins Chaya Goldstein at the 2018 National Stuttering Association’s (NSA) 35th annual conference to discuss becoming comfortable with stuttering, the beauty of stuttering vulnerability, the importance of stuttering allies, the power of meeting other people who stutter, issues around acceptance, framing stuttering as a strength, and so much more. Emily Anderson is a person who stutters from Anchorage, […]

Duration:00:37:56

The Speakers’ Experiences of the Moment of Stuttering (Ep. 647)

6/21/2018
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J. Scott Yaruss and Seth Tichenor join Peter Reitzes to discuss the speakers’ experience of the moment of stuttering and ongoing research and survey. Future research and surveys are discussed as well. J. Scott Yaruss, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, F-ASHA is a Professor of Communicative Sciences and Disorders at Michigan State University. Dr. Yaruss has published more than 150 […]

Duration:00:34:43

The S-Word: A Crash Course in Stuttering (Ep. 646)

6/14/2018
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Katie Gore and Courtney Luckman join Peter Reitzes to discuss The S Word, a new intensive stuttering treatment program beginning in August, 2018. Katie and Courtney are asked about the core components of the program, the goals, follow-up, how one goes about creating an intensive treatment program from scratch and so much more. Katie Gore, MA, CCC-SLP […]

Duration:00:35:48

Ecopipam as Pharmacologic Treatment of Stuttering (Ep. 645)

6/5/2018
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Dr. Gerlald Maguire joins Peter Reitzes to discuss Ecopipam as a pharmacologic treatment of stuttering. Dr. Gerlald Maguire is the new Chairman of the Board of the National Stuttering Association (NSA), Chair of Psychiatry in the University of California’s Riverside School of Medicine and a professor of psychiatry, is the Kirkup Center Chair in Stuttering Treatment […]

Duration:00:37:26

A Deep Dive into the World Congress Stuttering and Cluttering Program (Ep. 644)

6/1/2018
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Dr. Charley F. Adams joins Peter Reitzes to take a deep dive program of the World Congress of stuttering and cluttering program. One World, Many Voices: Science and Community is the Inaugural Joint World Congress of the International Cluttering Association (ICA), International Fluency Association (IFA) and International Stuttering Association (ISA), with local host organizations the Japan […]

Duration:00:27:17

PhD Forum for Doctoral Students in Stuttering Research (Ep. 643)

5/27/2018
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Kerianne Druker and Dr. Tom Weidig join Peter Reitzes to discuss the Research & Publication Committee of the International Fluency Association (IFA) and the upcoming Joint World Congress. Tom and Kerriane are asked about the PhD Forum for doctoral students in stuttering research they are starting up with the IFA, presentations they are looking forward to at the World […]

Duration:00:29:17

Speaking with Time Limits (Ep. 642)

5/9/2018
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Bob “the Expert” Quesal joins Peter Reitzes to discuss public speaking and stuttering, speaking with time limits, and the practicality of speaking accommodations. Robert Quesal, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is a professor emeritus of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Western Illinois University, a person who stutters, a fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and a retired Board […]

Duration:00:37:25

Stuttering: It Gets Better (Ep. 641)

3/18/2018
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Róisín McManus, Caryn Herring and Joel Korte of the StutterTalk B Team discuss the ups and downs of stuttering. Listening to this episode is like being at the coffee shop or in the back seat of the car and overhearing three amazing friends bond over stuttering.

Duration:01:12:29

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Stuttering Treatment (Ep. 640)

2/21/2018
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Dr. Jennifer Chesters joins Peter Reitzes to discuss her research on transcranial direct current stimulation in stuttering treatment. Chester and colleagues current study on this topic is available at no charge. Jennifer Chesters, MA, MSc, DPhil, is a neuroscience researcher and speech and language therapist at the Oxford Department of Experimental Psychology. Dr. Chesters is a […]

Duration:00:44:27

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy For Children & Teens Who Stutter (Ep. 639)

1/29/2018
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Jane Harley joins Peter Reitzes to discuss Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) For Children & Teens Who Stutter. Ms. Harley is asked about her one day ACT workshop in Boston, March 9-10 in Boston, sponsored by the Stuttering Foundation. Jane Harley is a registered Speech and Language Therapist and Clinical Lead at the Michael Palin […]

Duration:00:32:31

The Power of Change: Celebrating 70 Years of the Stuttering Foundation (Ep. 638)

1/22/2018
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Jane Fraser joins Peter Reitzes to celebrate 70 years of the Stuttering Foundation and the power of change. Jane Fraser is president of The Stuttering Foundation, has run the Foundation for more than 35 years, and is co-author of If Your Child Stutters: A Guide for Parents now in its 8th edition. Jane is asked […]

Duration:00:36:39

Should SLPs Who Stutter Overcome Their Own Stuttering? (Ep. 637)

1/15/2018
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Dr. Phil Schneider joins Peter Reitzes to discuss a listener question: Should speech-language pathologists who stutter be expected to overcome their own stuttering? Phil Schneider, Ed.D. CCC-SLP is the founding partner, with Uri Schneider, of Schneider Speech Pathology. Recognized as a master clinician and teacher, he has been practicing and teaching for over 45 years. He […]

Duration:00:24:43