Clinical Decision Making in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Fluency Disorders
The excitement and enthusiasm of working and growing with people who have disorders of fluency is conveyed in this new text. Focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of fluency disorders in children and adults, it covers topics previously not covered or covered only slightly in other texts such as, humor as a clinician and treatment variable, strategies and techniques of counseling, older stutterers, characteristics of effective clinicians and signs of progress during treatment.
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ETIOLOGY ONSET AND DEVELOPMENT
ASSESSING FL UENCY DISORDERS
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