The Science and Practice of Stuttering Treatment: ASymposium is a comprehensive resource for practitioners andresearchers that spans the scientific basis and clinical managementof stutters in people of all ages, from preschoolers to adults.
Written by an international team of clinical and researchleaders in the field of speech and language pathology, as well asscientists from the fields of epidemiology and neurology, the bookoffers a truly comprehensive coverage of contemporary stutteringmanagement.
Each chapter provides information on the 'Theoretical Basis ofthe Treatment', 'Outline of the Treatment', 'Scientific Evidencefor the Treatment', 'Advantages and Disadvantages of theTreatment', 'Planned Future Empirical Development', and concludewith an in-depth critical review.
This book is a must-have resource for speech and languagepathologists, researchers and educators worldwide.
- Offers a rigorous critical review of each treatment
- Written by leading international experts in the field
- Completely up to date with the latest clinical and scientificresearch
“This book is the output from the Research Symposium heldin Croatia in 2010. This text is unusual in that it not onlyreflects the content of the Symposium presentations, but alsoreports the discussion that the presentations generated. Thediscussions that ensued were recorded and transcribed… Theconsistent organisation of each paper in the collection allows thereader to quickly access the critical information and to makedirect comparisons across therapies… (and) provides thereader with a comprehensive overview of a variety of speechrestructuring programs... The advantages/disadvantages andthe discussion sections in each chapter help the reader withappraisal of the material presented and to make some judgementsabout generality and value…
The reader feels exposed to the atmosphere and dynamics of theSymposium in a way that is rarely captured outside the conferenceauditorium.”- A review from Sharon Millard (PhD., MRCSLT), Research Lead andExpert Speech and Language Therapist, The Michael Palin Centre,Whittington Health, London, UK
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About the Author
About the editors
Suzana Jelcic Jaksic is a Speech pathologist atthe Children's Hospital Zagreb, Croatia. She is President ofthe Croatian Association for People Who Stutter "Hinko Freund" andDirector of Logopedski Centar, Zagreb.
Mark Onslow is Professor and Founding Director of the AustralianStuttering Research Centre at The University of Sydney. He is aclinical researcher and leads a team that develops treatments foradults and children who stutter.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors vii
1 Modifying Phonation Interval Stuttering Treatment Program1Jason H. Davidow
2 The Camperdown Program 15Sue O’Brian and Brenda Carey
3 Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering Using Altered AuditoryFeedback 29Tim Saltuklaroglu
4 The Lidcombe Program 43Rosemarie Hayhow
5 Lidcombe Program with School-Age Children 57Rosalee C. Shenker and Sarita Koushik
6 Intensive Speech Restructuring Treatment for School-AgeChildren 71Elizabeth A. Cardell
7 Student-Delivered Treatment for Stuttering: Multiday IntensiveSpeech Restructuring 87Susan Block
8 Review of the Successful Stuttering Management Program99Michael Blomgren
9 The Comprehensive Stuttering Program and Its Evidence Base115Marilyn Langevin and Deborah Kully
10 Telehealth Treatments for Stuttering Control 131Brenda Carey and Sue O’Brian
11 A Multidimensional, Integrated, Differentiated, Art-MediatedStuttering Programme 147D. Tomaiuoli, F. Del Gado, E. Lucchini and M. G.Spinetti
12 Self-Modelling for Chronic Stuttering 159Angela Cream and Sue O’Brian
13 Multifactorial Treatment for Preschool Children 171Mirjana Lasan
14 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 183Dave Rowley
15 The Westmead Program 195Natasha Trajkovski
16 Conscious Synthesis of Development: A Holistic Approach toStuttering 207Jelena Tadi´c and Darinka Soster
17 The Gradual Increase in Length and Complexity of UtteranceProgram 221Bruce Ryan
18 Innovations, Watersheds and Gold Standards: ConcludingSymposium Reflections 233Mark Onslow