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Episode 43 - “Stuttering - a wider perspective” - with Geoff Johnston. Strong Voices - overcoming speaking challenges

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Episode 43 released - “Stuttering - a wider perspective” - with Geoff Johnston.

The second episode of a two part “Christmas bonus” special. Former McGuire Program Australia/NZ regional director Geoff Johnston shares his lifetime of experiences and reflects on wider aspects of stuttering and ways to gain speech control. In this episode, Geoff reflects on, the power of the pause, difficult speech days, delayed auditory feedback, the fluency trap, safety behaviours, a number of free stuttering books available on line, voluntary stuttering, differences and similarities between smooth speech and McGuire techniques, and Geoff’s view of “Embrace your stutter”.

Free stuttering books available at: http://www.freestutteringbooks.com/free-stuttering-books.html

See Geoff’s free ebook : http://www.freestutteringbooks.com/uploads/3/2/1/1/32111425/microsoft_word_-_the_great_benefits_of_stuttering_on_purpose-2.docx.pdf

Geoff’s contact email is: geoffj@internode.on.net

Search and subscribe to “Strong Voices - overcoming speaking challenges” in Apple or Google podcasts, your favourite podcasting app, or click onto the link below.

https://soundcloud.com/user-709642316

Have a great day

Strong Voices production team.
svpodcast@yahoo.com

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Strong Voices - overcoming speaking challenges podcast provides a platform for those with speaking challenges to tell their stories. Topics discussed may be highly personal in nature and may lead to an expression of genuinely held opinions.

The opinions expressed in this podcast are not necessarily the opinions of the Strong Voices production team and opinions are solely of the interviewee. Opinions expressed by interviewees are or have been expressed based on specific facts, under certain conditions, and subject to certain assumptions, based on facts/assumptions known at the time.

This podcast is available for private, non-commercial use only. You may not edit, modify, or redistribute this podcast.

The information provided on this podcast is general in nature, intended for entertainment purposes only, is not intended to be relied upon nor to be a substitute for, specific professional speech therapy or speaking coaching advice.
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Episode 43 released - “Stuttering - a wider perspective” - with Geoff Johnston.

The second episode of a two part “Christmas bonus” special. Former McGuire Program Australia/NZ regional director Geoff Johnston shares his lifetime of experiences and reflects on wider aspects of stuttering and ways to gain speech control. In this episode, Geoff reflects on, the power of the pause, difficult speech days, delayed auditory feedback, the fluency trap, safety behaviours, a number of free stuttering books available on line, voluntary stuttering, differences and similarities between smooth speech and McGuire techniques, and Geoff’s view of “Embrace your stutter”.

Free stuttering books available at: http://www.freestutteringbooks.com/free-stuttering-books.html

See Geoff’s free ebook : http://www.freestutteringbooks.com/uploads/3/2/1/1/32111425/microsoft_word_-_the_great_benefits_of_stuttering_on_purpose-2.docx.pdf

Geoff’s contact email is: geoffj@internode.on.net

Search and subscribe to “Strong Voices - overcoming speaking challenges” in Apple or Google podcasts, your favourite podcasting app, or click onto the link below.

https://soundcloud.com/user-709642316

Have a great day

Strong Voices production team.
svpodcast@yahoo.com

——
Strong Voices - overcoming speaking challenges podcast provides a platform for those with speaking challenges to tell their stories. Topics discussed may be highly personal in nature and may lead to an expression of genuinely held opinions.

The opinions expressed in this podcast are not necessarily the opinions of the Strong Voices production team and opinions are solely of the interviewee. Opinions expressed by interviewees are or have been expressed based on specific facts, under certain conditions, and subject to certain assumptions, based on facts/assumptions known at the time.

This podcast is available for private, non-commercial use only. You may not edit, modify, or redistribute this podcast.

The information provided on this podcast is general in nature, intended for entertainment purposes only, is not intended to be relied upon nor to be a substitute for, specific professional speech therapy or speaking coaching advice.
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