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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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English


Episodes

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


2018 Joint World Congress (Ep. 636)

12/23/2017
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Dr. Charley Adams and Hanan Hurwitz join Peter Reitzes to discuss the 2018 Joint World Congress being held in Hiroshima, Japan. 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 Society […]

Duration: 00:32:46


Serving Your Country While Stuttering with Colonel Frank T. Flannery (Ep. 635)

11/10/2017
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Colonel Frank T. Flannery joins Peter Reitzes for this Veterans Day special episode to discuss serving your country while stuttering. Colonel Flannery describes his military experience of being highly accepting of people who stutter. Colonel Flannery discusses the daily challenges of stuttering and overcoming avoidance behaviors. Colonel Flannery shares how meeting other people who stutter in […]

Duration: 00:33:06


Should Speech-Language Pathologists Treat People Who Stutter? (Part Six with Dr. Bob Quesal, Ep. 634)

11/1/2017
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Bob “the Expert” Quesal joins Peter Reitzes to discuss if speech-language pathologists (SLPs) should continue to evaluate and treat people who stutter. This is episode six in a series on the topic. Dr. Quesalshares his huge disappointment in how the field of speech-language pathology trains SLPs to understand and treat stuttering. Dr. Quesal states, “The reason we are […]

Duration: 01:41:50


Should Speech-Language Pathologists Treat People Who Stutter? (Part Five with Jack Henderson, Ep. 633)

10/25/2017
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Jack K. Henderson joins Peter Reitzes to discuss if speech-language pathologists (SLPs) should continue to evaluate and treat people who stutter. This is episode five in a series on the topic. Mr. Henderson is asked about his initiative and research offering free of charge individual consultation for school SLPs working with children who stutter. Mr. Henderson reports that his […]

Duration: 00:50:43


Should Speech-Language Pathologists Treat People Who Stutter? (Part Four with Christopher Constantino, Ep. 632)

10/19/2017
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Christopher Constantino joins Peter Reitzes to discuss if speech-language pathologists (SLPs) should continue to evaluate and treat people who stutter. This is episode four in a series on the topic. Christopher Constantino, CCC-SLP, is a person who stutters living in Memphis, Tennessee where he is a speech-language pathologist in Shelby County Schools and a PhD candidate in […]

Duration: 01:13:09


Should Speech-Language Pathologists Treat People Who Stutter? (Part Three with Jim McClure, Ep. 631)

10/12/2017
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Jim McClure joins Peter Reitzes to discuss if speech-language pathologists (SLPs) should continue to evaluate and treat people who stutter. This is episode three in a series on the topic. Mr. McClure reports feeling “fortunate” to have had very little speech therapy while in grade school and being “spared” from speech therapy in high school because he […]

Duration: 00:54:17


Should Speech-Language Pathologists Treat People Who Stutter? (Part Two with Rodney Gabel, Ep. 630)

10/8/2017
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Rodney Gabel joins Peer Reitzes to discuss if speech-language pathologists (SLPs) should continue to evaluate and treat people who stutter. Dr. Gabel is asked to consider if individualized education programs (IEPs) related to stuttering should have warning labels, how to improve services for people who stutter, if there is evidence that school based speech therapy, in general, helps […]

Duration: 01:13:57


Should Speech-Language Pathologists Treat People Who Stutter? (Part One with Craig Coleman, Ep. 629)

10/2/2017
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Craig Coleman joins Peter Reitzes to discuss if speech-language pathologists (SLPs) should continue to evaluate and treat people who stutter. Craig Coleman, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F is an assistant professor at Marshall University and a Board-Certified Specialist in fluency Disorders. Mr. Coleman is currently serving as coordinator of ASHA SIG 4 (Fluency). Craig is an adjunct instructor […]

Duration: 01:16:33


Serving Your Country and Stuttering (Ep. 628)

9/28/2017
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Matthew White joins Peter Reitzes to discuss being a person who stutters in ROTC who is preparing for giving orders as an officer. Matthew White is a student at North Carolina State University and a Navy Midshipman in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) at NC State. Matthew has stuttered for a long time and began […]

Duration: 00:47:43


Stuttering Identify (Ep. 627)

9/17/2017
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Brian Hamrick joins Peter Reitzes to discuss identifying as a person who stutters, growing up and out of stuttering, using rate control and syncopation to manage stuttering and so much more. Brian Hamrick is a 41 year old father, husband, writer, product manager, guitar player, reader, Boy Scout Den leader, and music enthusiast. He graduated […]

Duration: 01:04:56


Make Friends with Your Stutter (Ep. 626)

8/28/2017
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Fred Murray joins Peter Reitzes to discuss the importance of making friends with your stutter and a lifetime of stuttering experience. Dr. Frederick Murray is a 91 year old person who stutters, a retired speech-language pathologist and retired professor from the University of New Hampshire. Dr. Murray has lectured on stuttering across the globe in English, French […]

Duration: 01:49:09


Acceptance Has No Finish Line (Ep. 625)

8/12/2017
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Cole Oehlers joins Peter Reitzes to discuss a refreshing look at stuttering acceptance, trumpet stuttering, music and stuttering and the future of self help for people who stutter. Mr. Oehlers shares about being bullied as a child and suggests that one helpful response is to provide children who are bullied with older mentors in the schools. Special thanks […]

Duration: 00:52:46


Camp SAY Looking for Additional Registered Nurse

7/16/2017
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Camp SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young is looking to expand its healthcare team with an additional Registered Nurse, licensed in North Carolina. The Nurse will be a part of the Camp SAY Health Care Team. The Nurse will provide all necessary health care and promote good health; ensure that the clinic is kept […]

Duration: 00:02:09


Changing the Way the World Views Stuttering at the 2017 NSA Conference (Ep. 624)

7/9/2017
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Chaya Goldstein joins Reuben Schuff at the 34th annual National Stuttering Association (NSA) conference in Dallas, Texas. They discuss following your dreams, changing the way the world views stuttering, the importance of stuttering advocacy and much more. Chaya Goldstein is a PWS, SLP, teacher, dancer, nature-lover, and overall life-enthusiast. She incorporates multi-sensory instruction and movement into […]

Duration: 00:24:32


Finding My Stuttering Family is an Overwhelming Relief at the 2017 NSA Conference (Ep. 623)

7/8/2017
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LJ Mucheje and Bornwell Katebe join Christopher Constantino at the 34th annual National Stuttering Association (NSA) conference in Dallas, Texas. They discuss the overwhelming relief of meeting other people who stutter and much more.The point is made, “We may not look alike, but the stories are the same.” Other conversations include how stuttering behaviors and […]

Duration: 00:42:22


The Positive Vulnerability of Stuttering at the 2017 NSA Conference (Ep. 622)

7/7/2017
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Jia Bin, Elizabeth Wislar and Reuben Schuff join Christopher Constantino at the 34th annual National Stuttering Association (NSA) conference in Dallas, Texas. They discuss conference highlights so far which include Lee Reeve’s keynote, Barry Yeoman’s movement workshop, Yeoman and Constantino’s masculinity workshop, the positive vulnerability of stuttering, the kids’s talent show and their open stuttering on stage, role models […]

Duration: 00:24:04


Is Anticipating Stuttering Ever Productive? (Ep. 621)

6/29/2017
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Richard Arenas joins Peter Reitzes for an unprecedented second consecutive week to discuss if anticipating stuttering can ever be productive, to answer questions submitted by listeners and researchers and to preview his upcoming speech at the National Stuttering Association’s 2017 Research Symposium. Richard Arenas, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico. His research aims […]

Duration: 01:04:38


The Anticipation of Stuttering (Ep. 620)

6/24/2017
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Richard Arenas joins Peter Reitzes to discuss his research on the anticipation of stuttering. Dr. Arenas answers listener questions and is asked about his finding that “stuttering severity was positively correlated with the belief that the anticipation of stuttering increases the likelihood of stuttering.” Richard Arenas, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico. His […]

Duration: 00:48:31


No Apologies: Living with Neurogenic Stuttering (Ep. 619)

6/15/2017
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Melissa Fuller joins Peter Reitzes to discuss her experience living with neurogenic stuttering. Dr. Fuller recently acquired stuttering after a car accident and has pursued a quick path towards stuttering acceptance. On today’s episode Dr. Fuller discusses a range of topics including how family and speech therapy have helped her and how embracing acceptance of same […]

Duration: 00:49:22

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