SIG 4 Perspectives Vol. 22, No. 1, May 2012
In this issue of Perspectives, we discuss the preliminary outcome data for an intensive fluency treatment program for adolescents and adults; the use of single-subject methodology in clinical decision making for stuttering treatment; a study of occupational experiences of adults who stutter; and a description of acceptance and commitment therapy for stuttering.
You will be able to:
- identify outcomes of an intensive therapy program
- describe the important aspects of single-subject research designs applied to stuttering treatment
- identify the impact of stuttering on employment experiences
- describe the application of acceptance and commitment therapy for people who stutter
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