Blog

June 29, 2016

8 Things That People Who Stutter Wish Everyone Knew About Stuttering (But Most People Don’t)

It’s not nerves. Everyone can stutter a bit when nervous, but people who have a real stuttering problem also stutter during calm conversations. The effort to get words out makes the speaker feel anxiety and the staccato nature of speech sometimes gives […]
June 29, 2016

Announcing Our New E-Book!

Communication Therapy Institute is proud to present our first e-book! We’re often asked what our philosophy on stuttering is and how we differ from all others who treat stuttering. In our new book, Freeing Your Inner Fluency; A Dramatically Different Outlook on […]
June 29, 2016

Stutter Acceptance and the Search for Fluency

Low self-esteem, frustration or even anger at oneself are common problems for people who stutter. As a result, many SLPs (Speech Language Pathologists) begin treatment for stuttering by helping people accept their stutter. Accepting the stutter is important for a […]
June 29, 2016

Stuttering or Stammering?

Often, people ask me what the difference between stuttering and stammering is. For the most part, they’re just two different words for the same thing. In American English, stuttering is the more commonly used term, while in countries such as […]