Intensive Stuttering Modification Therapy: A Multidimensional Assessment of Treatment Outcomes
- Types of Therapy for Discovering and Releasing Tensions in the Stutterer in the Primary Grades. Wedberg, Alma // Western Speech;Mar1951, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p23
Discusses the different types of therapy for discovering and releasing tensions in the stutterer in the primary grades. Suggestion that group speaking of dramatic selections gives considerable release to childhood emotions; Need for classroom teachers to have a keen sensitivity to children's...
- A Theoretical Formulation Of Stuttering. Travis, Lee Edward // Western Speech;Summer1959, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p133
Discusses the clinical and theoretical formulation of stuttering. Stuttering of a core phenomenon; Primary structures used in the process of speech modification; Speech movements.
- Parker Smith: Stutterer. Goodman-Malamuth, Leo // Western Speech;Summer1959, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p140
Shares Parker Smith's history and experience with stuttering. Family background and childhood; Relationship with his parents, siblings and wife; Planning for a speech therapy.
- Speech Therapy Corner. Garwood, Victor P. // Western Speech;Mar1955, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p73
Answers queries related to speech therapy. Utilization of psychoanalysis for adult stutterers; Importance of adequate courses in counseling in the training of public school speech correctionists; Suggestion on how public school administrators can be educated to distinguish a genuine clinical...
- Japan. Kenjo, Masamutsu // ASHA Leader;10/18/2005, Vol. 10 Issue 14, p9
Reports on the development of speech and language treatment in Japan. Prevalence of primary treatments for younger children; Increase of the number of treatment rooms and became a regular part of the educational curriculum beginning in 1993; Role of self-help groups for stuttering in solving the...
- Group Therapy for Young Stutterers. Clark, Ruth M. // Western Speech;Mar1951, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p24
Describes a group therapy for young stutterers. Claim that group morale does much to enhance the individual motivations for the members; Suggestion that the therapy for stutterers should be aimed at developing an objective and realistic point of view and acquiring a more effectual personal...
- The Stutterer in Our Public Schools: How Can We Help Him Most Effectively. Lassers, Leon // Western Speech;Mar1951, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p19
Focuses on the need to address the problem of young secondary stutterer in the public schools. Importance of giving speech correctionists who work in the public schools some definite and constructive techniques which they can modify or adapt to the individual child or to groups of children.
- Sanity in Stuttering Therapy. Letzter, Margaret C. // Western Speech;Mar1951, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p20
Describes different ways to treat stuttering. Suggestion that by adjusting the environment to remove stresses and strains the child could overcome this speech problem; Need to give the stutterer an opportunity to think of something else besides the fact that he is a stutterer by discovering in...
- Modification of a Stutterer's Home Environment. Wood, Kenneth S. // Western Speech;Mar1951, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p28
Discusses how the modification of a stutterer's home environment could treat the speech problem. Need for stutterers to be psychologically ready to deal with problem parents; Suggestion on how stutterers could improve their sense of personal-social competency.