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StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering
StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

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Today the impressive Melissa Fuller joins Peter Reitzes to discuss her experience living with neurogenic stuttering.Dr. Fuller recently acquired stuttering after a car accident and has pursued a quick path towards stuttering acceptance. Dr. Fuller explains that she wants to be an advocate for diversity, that stuttering is okay, you can do anything with a stutter and there is nothing wrong with you for being different. 

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Spring Kwok and Geoffry Gertz join Roisin McManus to reflect on the recent NYC Stutters Conference, a day of workshops by and for people who stutter held on Sunday May 28th, 2017 in Manhattan.

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Christopher Constantino joins Peter Reitzes to discuss his speaking experiences as a person who stutters who is a member of the Secular Franciscan Order of the Catholic church.

Topics include speaking and stuttering when leading prayers and during confession and grace. Constantino and Reitzes consider issues related to spontaneity of speech, stuttering and “controlling” stuttering.

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Naomi Hertsberg Rodgers joins Peter Reitzes to discuss stuttering at the Passover Seder and reclaiming our stuttering space. Today's episode was cathartic for the guest and the host.

StutterTalk would like to hear from you about stuttering during Easter, Passover and other holidays. Leave a comment below or send an email to stuttertalk@stuttertalk.com.

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Phil Schneider discusses the promises and predictions that professionals, such as speech-language pathologists, sometimes make to people who stutter and their families. A powerful episode with one of the greats of the stuttering community. 

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We can't say enough good things about this episode. It is real, it is honest, it is B Team great. Stuttering without apology.

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Scott Yaruss joins Peter Reitzes to discuss if articulation and phonology treatment can cause or exacerbate stuttering.

Dr. Yaruss' expertise is equally matched by his ability to convey what he knows about stuttering and treatment to fellow experts and to general practitioners.

At the end of the episode, Dr. Yaruss is asked to discuss the related topic of bilingualism and stuttering.

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Jane Fraser and Emily Anderson join Peter Reitzes to discuss finding love when you stutter. Ms. Anderson shares her experience as a young woman who stutters who is challenging herself to face stuttering professionally and personally. Ms. Fraser, President of the Stuttering Foundation, draws upon her decades of experience to discuss productive ways to face stuttering.

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Rachel Hoge shares how her stuttering is an asset when dating and how stuttering helps her forge deeper connections with people.

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Rita Thurman is one of the true gems of the stuttering community. Ms. Thurman runs stuttering support chapters for teens and adults who stutter in North Carolina and is a speech-language pathologist with more than 40 years of experience working with people who stutter. Rita creates the space and environment where lives change.
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