Here's How to Do Stuttering Therapy

  • Gary J. Rentschler
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Survey research reveals that SLPs feel poorly prepared to treat children and adults who stutter. Here's How to Do Stuttering Therapy serves as a practical guide to provide stuttering therapy, based upon a well-articulated philosophy of the disorder. The book is a practical guide that provides readers with a solid rationale for assessment and treatment, but does not dwell on theories, philosophies, or specific programs. Rather, the orientation is toward application, while providing a justification based upon research and the information we know about stuttering. The uniqueness of the book is the focus on applied practice and functional applications. While other books present theory and structure of therapeutic approaches, Here's How to Do Stuttering Therapy offers a hands-on, eclectic approach centered on the needs of the client, rather than the structure of any specific treatment program.
Foreword by Thomas Murry, PhD vii Preface ix Acknowledgments and Dedication xi Chapter 1 Basic Clinical Skills for Stuttering Therapy 1 Introduction 1 Getting Oriented 3 Basic Clinical Skills 6 Treatment Basics 10 First Session Advice 15 Meeting the Client for the First Time 18 Another Perspective on Stuttering 19 Clients Who Have Had Therapy Before 22 Where to Start 25 Consumers of Our Services 25 References 27 Chapter 2 Childhood Stuttering 29 An Overview of Childhood Stuttering 30 Developmental Levels of Stuttering 31 Pertinent Facts About Stuttering 32 Components of Evaluation and Treatment 34 Characteristics of Childhood Stuttering 36 Evaluating Stuttering in Children 39 Treatment Approaches 45 Working with Parents 53 The Clinical Teaching Paradigm 57 Treatment Activities 62 Sample Treatment Plans 64 Support Resources 68 References 69 Chapter 3 Stuttering in Adolescents and Adults 71 An Overview of Adolescent and Adult Stuttering 72 Assessing Adolescents and Adults Who Stutter 74 Speech Characteristics of Adolescents and Adults Who Stutter 77 Affective Characteristics of Stuttering 78 Treatment Approaches 79 Working with Emotions, Anxiety, Fear, Negative Past Experiences 87 Working with Covert Stuttering 93 Determining a Starting Point for Therapy 97 Therapy Techniques (Targets) 98 Signs of Progress in Therapy 127 Sample Therapy Session 141 Organizations/Support Groups 144 References 145 Chapter 4 Activities for Stuttering Therapy 147 Introduction 148 Speech Activities 149 Emotive Activities 152 Some Activities for Speech Goals 163 Some Activities for Emotive Goals 174 Index 187
Uitgavejaar 2011
ISBN 9781597563864
Verschijningsdatum 1 nov. 2011
Omvang 191
Auteur(s) Gary J. Rentschler
Bindwijze Paperback
Taal Engels
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