StutterTalk has published more than 700 free, weekly podcasts on stuttering since 2007. StutterTalk is dedicated to supporting people who stutter, their families, professionals, students, and the general public by talking openly about stuttering and by providing information about stuttering. We address the loneliness and isolation of stuttering by talking about it.
What parent would not want their child to be fluent? (Ep. 702)
Dr. Christoper Constantino joins Peter Reitzes to discuss the listener question, "What parent would not want their child to be fluent?"
Chris and Peter discuss the questions, "Do we want stuttering to be eradicated?", "Do people who stutter have anything to gain from stuttering?", and so much more.
* The Last Children of Down Syndrome
* Natural recovery from stuttering for a clinical cohort of pre-school children who received no treatment
* StutterTalk Episode 701
What Exactly is Working in Preschool Stuttering Treatment? (Ep. 701)
Dr. Christopher Constantino joins Peter Reitzes to discuss an important 2020 study on verbal contingencies in Lidcombe treatment and the related question, "What exactly is working in preschool stuttering treatment?"
* Verbal Contingencies in the Lidcombe Program: A Noninferiority Trial
* Direct versus Indirect Treatment for Preschool Children who Stutter: The RESTART Randomized Trial
* Lidcombe Program Materials including Manual
* Demands and Capacities and Lidcombe: Roughly Equal Preschool Stuttering Treatments at 18 Months Post Treatment Onset (StutterTalk Ep. 548)
* Evidence-based practice in stuttering: Some questions to consider
A Frank Discussion about Fluency and Stuttering (Ep. 700)
Caryn Herring and Seth Tichenor join host Christopher Constantino for a frank discussion about fluency stuttering. On this special and fun 700th episode, the crew talk about their own experiences of fluency changing over time, why this might happen, what it means for therapy, and how to discuss it with other stutterers.
Stuttering Association for the Young in Australia (Ep. 699)
Rich Stephens joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss the expansion of the Stuttering Association for the Young (SAY) into Australia. Rich shares what’s been happening “down under” and some personal points that have kept him going through this demanding and exciting time.
Rich Stephens is a person who stutters and is the President and Programming Director of SAY: Australia, the first International arm of SAY: The Stuttering Association For The Young founded in 2001 in NYC by Taro Alexander. Prior to launching SAY: Australia in June 2019, Rich lived in Manchester, UK. Rich spent 6 years working as a Psychiatric Nurse, and his work in the field of Mental Health took him to all parts of the UK, Dublin-Ireland, and Wellington New Zealand. Rich completed his BSc studies in Speech & Language Therapy and MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience & Neuroimaging at the University of Manchester. During his BSc studies, Rich first volunteered at Camp SAY in 2015 as a bunk counsellor, and fast forwarded several years later is now bringing a new approach to supporting young people who stutter in Australia.
“Why Can’t You Stutter More Like President Biden?” (Ep. 698)
Barry Yeoman and Chris Constantino join Peter Reitzes to discuss the determination and empathy of people who stutter and the question, "Why Can’t You Stutter More Like President Biden?"
Barry Yeoman is a journalist with more than four decades of experience who specializes in in-depth reporting that puts a human face on complex issues.
Chris Constantino is a speech-language pathologist and assistant professor at Florida State University. Chris co-edited the highly acclaimed book Stammering Pride & Prejudice.
Peter Reitzes is a speech-language pathologist and President of StutterTalk.
Barry, Chris, and Peter are all people who stutter.
Art That Dives Deep Into the Experience of Stuttering (Ep. 697)
Vladan Sibinovic joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss “The Language,” an art exhibition that dives deep into the experience of stuttering.
In their conversation they discuss why Vladan decided to create art about stuttering, how he uses his art to spread stuttering awareness, and how his art has transformed his relationship with his stuttering.
Vladan Sibinović (1987) was born in Belgrade, Serbia, and received his Master’s Degree in painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade. His practice encompasses fields of painting and photography. Vladan has exhibited solo on five occasions and been involved in several group exhibitions across the USA and Europe. Currently, he lives in New York City, where he works as an independent artist. Vladan is also a person who stutters.
Website: www.vladansibinovic.comInstagram: @sibinovicvladan
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I had the great opportunity of being on StutterTalk recently to discuss my film WHEN I STUTTER. Chaya took painstaking care to ensure that my experience was first rate. I felt extremely comfortable and I think that allowed for a really free flowing exchange of ideas and experiences. Thank you Chaya and Peter!
Excellent podcast about stuttering
This is a thoughtful, well-made podcast by and for people who stutter and those who care about stuttering. It's also essential listening for any student or professional in the field of speech-language pathology.
Just listened to episode 612 and I absolutely love the show and the message. Keep up the great work!