Dialogue without barriers – a comprehensive approach to dealing with stuttering (English version)

Dialogue without barriers – a comprehensive approach to dealing with stuttering (English version)

Table of Contents


About the Authors

Chapter 1:
Kirsten Costain, Hilda Sønsterud                                                                                                                                                                                    The Gap between Research and Clinical Practice: Towards an Integrated Speech-Language Therapy

Chapter 2:
Kurt Eggers
Becoming an Effective Clinician Specialized in Fluency Disorders

Chapter 3:
Mary Weidner & Kenneth O. St. Louis
Changing Public Attitudes toward Stuttering

Chapter 4:
Rachel Everard & Carolyn Cheasman
Acceptance and Stuttering

Chapter 5:
Martine Vanryckeghem
Assessment of Stuttering-Related Affective, Behavioral and Cognitive Components Leading
the Way to Differential Diagnosis and Treatment Objectives

Chapter 6:                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Sabine Van Eerdenbrugh & Sue O’Brian
The Camperdown Program

Chapter 7:
Peter Schneider, Anke Kohmaescher & Patricia Sandrieser
KIDS: A Modification Approach in Stuttering Therapy for School Children

Chapter 8:
George Fourlas & Dimitris Marousos
Integrating Clinical Practices to Address the Overall Stuttering Experience of the School Age Child. The Lexipontix Programme Paradigm

Chapter 9:
Hilda Sønsterud
Multidimensional Individualized Stuttering Therapy (MIST): An Effective Approach for People Who Stutter

Chapter 10:
Stine Brubak
Clinical Reflections on Group Treatment

Chapter 11:
Marta Wesierska, Marilyn Langevin & Katarzyna Węsierska
Bullying Experienced by Children Who Stutter: Coping Responses and Preventive Work

Chapter 12:
Hilda Sønsterud
The Role of the SLT in the Application of ACT in Stuttering Therapy

Chapter 13:
Aleksandra Krawczyk & Selma Saad Merouwe
Stuttering and Bilingualism in Children and Adults: Current Research and Future Developments

Chapter 14:
Kirsten Howells & Jenny Packer
Acquired Stuttering: Differential Diagnosis, Therapeutic Considerations and Support Options

Chapter 15:
Erik X. Raj
Laughter in Stuttering Therapy: Using Humor-Based Apps to Begin Meaningful Discussions

Chapter 16:
Joseph Agius
Creativity and Humour: The Fun of Building Confidence in Children and Adults Who Stutter

Answers to the Control Questions