July 10, 2017

John Harrison’s Take on Stuttering and Me

John Harrison is a founding member of the National Stuttering Association and a great leader in the stuttering community. John stuttered until he was in his 20’s and was part of the personal growth movement of the 60’s and 70’s. Most […]
July 5, 2017

Using a Computer and Speaking – the commonality

What does using your computer and speaking have in common? Well, for most of us non-geeks, the most blatant similarity is that we use it without having a clue of how it works. When I bought my first computer, I […]
July 5, 2017

Speaking and Getting Dressed -The Commonality

What do getting dressed and speaking have in common? What could this be? Actually there is so much that they have in common. First off, we pretty much need to do both of them every day. Well, maybe on the […]
July 4, 2016

The Evolution of Dynamic Stuttering Therapy

Over 20 years ago, I decided to devote all my time and effort as a Speech Clinician to one specific communication disorder – stuttering. It was then that I resigned as a public school speech therapist and opened Communication Therapy […]