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A Non-Traditional Fluency Program Developed for the Public School Setting (1994)
Berkowitz, M., Cook, H., & Haughey, M. J. (1994). A Non-Traditional Fluency Program Developed for the Public School Setting. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 25(2), 94-99.
This research paper focuses on an alternative treatment model for working with students who stutter. Treatment sessions focused on changing attitudes about stuttering and also controlling stuttering behaviors in the group and individual setting. One ...
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