Breaking the Silence (Ep. 660) StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

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Mollie Davis joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss speaking up as a person who stutters under very challenging circumstances.

Mollie Davis is an 18 year old college freshman from Maryland currently studying at Hollins University in Virginia. She is studying to be a journalist and is heavily involved in gun violence prevention activism. She also enjoys theatre, sitcoms, and courtroom dramas.

Chaya Goldstein, M.A. CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist who stutters. She works at the American Institute for Stuttering (AIS) in New York City and teaches graduate courses in Fluency Disorders. She co-leads the National Stuttering Association Adult Manhattan chapter and coordinates the FRIENDS “Stepping Up” Mentorship program for children and teens who stutter. She’s cares deeply about stuttering advocacy, education, and empowerment and is committed to educating SLPs, educators and the public.

Links related to episode:



* Mollie Davis on Twitter

* Mollie Davis interview with Special Books by Special Kids

* Buzz Feed article mentions Mollie

* Road to Parkland 

* Video story Parkland trip



The views expressed on this podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the opinion of the organization.

Mollie Davis joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss speaking up as a person who stutters under very challenging circumstances.

Mollie Davis is an 18 year old college freshman from Maryland currently studying at Hollins University in Virginia. She is studying to be a journalist and is heavily involved in gun violence prevention activism. She also enjoys theatre, sitcoms, and courtroom dramas.

Chaya Goldstein, M.A. CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist who stutters. She works at the American Institute for Stuttering (AIS) in New York City and teaches graduate courses in Fluency Disorders. She co-leads the National Stuttering Association Adult Manhattan chapter and coordinates the FRIENDS “Stepping Up” Mentorship program for children and teens who stutter. She’s cares deeply about stuttering advocacy, education, and empowerment and is committed to educating SLPs, educators and the public.

Links related to episode:



* Mollie Davis on Twitter

* Mollie Davis interview with Special Books by Special Kids

* Buzz Feed article mentions Mollie

* Road to Parkland 

* Video story Parkland trip



The views expressed on this podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the opinion of the organization.

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