In this work, the author draws together contributions from professionals working in stuttering therapy in Britain and America. It describes intervention approaches with dysfluent children and adolescents and their families, and should be useful to practising clinicians and students.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||7.87(w) x 9.84(h) x 0.59(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Child Development, Families, and the Problem of Stuttering - Lena Rustin and Harry Purser.
Chapter 2 Young Stutterer's Speed Production: Some Clinical implications - Edward G. Conture and Ellen M Kelly.
Chapter 3 Interaction with Pre-operational Pre-School Stutterers: How will this Influence Therapy? - Susan C. Meyers.
Chapter 4 Parents and their Pre-School Stuttering Child - Willie Botterill, Elaine Kelman and Lena Rustin.
Chapter 5 Using Families to help the School-Age Stutterer: A Case Study - .A.R. Mallard.
Chapter 6 Intensive Management of the Adolescent Stutterer Lena Rustin, Willie Botterill and Frances Cook.
Chapter 7 Therapy for Adolescents: Speech and Attitude Change - Hugo H,. Gregory and Carolyn B. Gregory.