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June 30, 2016

The Key To A Successful Treatment Experience

Do you want to speak with ease and confidence? If you do, read on. You are about to find out how every one of my successful clients has accomplished this. If you learn from this, you will better understand what […]
June 30, 2016

Understanding the Dahm Theory of Stuttering

If my theory of stuttering is valid, it must be able to explain the variable nature of stuttering. There are some people who stutter in almost all conversations, but this rare, and even these people do not stutter on every […]
June 30, 2016

Mapping a Plan for the Future

Earlier this month I attended the Applied Research Symposium: Mapping a Plan for the Future, sponsored by the National Stuttering Association. The purpose of this seminar was not only to advance our understanding of stuttering but also to see how […]
June 30, 2016

Getting to the heart of the problem – why stuttered speech happens

Now that summer (at least over here in the the northern hemisphere) is over, life is getting back to normal and I want to get back to my efforts to explore the validity of my theory about stuttering. Central to […]