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June 30, 2016

Why Is It So Difficult to Transfer Fluency: Part 4

The process of creating natural speech is, of course, a simple process that requires no thought or effort, as every fluent speaker knows. As a matter of fact, I tell my clients, “If it isn’t simple and comfortable, it can’t […]
June 30, 2016

Why Is It So Difficult to Transfer Fluency: Part 5

Mental preparedness is an important factor in the successful use of the new process in daily life. Our mind, brain and body work together and affect the way we function. Neurologists believe that sensations and thoughts are stored and become […]
June 30, 2016

The Control Illusion

Have you thought to yourself, “If only I could control my speech, I would be able to speak fluently”? Maybe a well-meaning SLP told you to work hard to develop speech controls. Whether the idea came from you or was […]
June 30, 2016

“Speaking is now fun rather than something to be avoided”

I have been watching a chat in which some people who stutter expressed the feeling that it is better to stutter than to use strategies to control stuttering. That is very understandable. They don’t want to work to control stuttering. […]