Manual of Stuttering Intervention
Therapy for Stuttering presents a comprehensive, eclectic approach to stuttering intervention beginning with a multifactorial model and clear guidelines for assessment of the problem. Key components of therapy programs are presented in an accessible, outline format for ready use in the clinic with children, adolescents, and adults. The authors stress the need to tailor therapy programs to individuals given all the factors that affect their communicative needs and the extent to which stuttering interferes with communication. Ideal for upper-level undergraduate and graduate level courses on stuttering.
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