Courses and Other Educational Programs
I have partnered with several organizations to make my training
materials available in a variety of formats, including
online courses and webinars.
Follow the links below go to the partnersí
websites or to access the courses directly.
several webinars on stuttering treatment. Some are always
available on their website and some on Audio CD or DVD. Any of these programs can be adapted to
your organization's needs, either for live or computer-based
I addresses the
evaluation and diagnosis of preschool-age children who stutter, as well as the
development of treatment recommendations.
provides specific suggestions about treatment procedures to help
preschool children overcome early stuttering.
Part I addresses evaluation
and concrete strategies for helping school-age children improve their fluency.
provides specific suggestions about helping school-age
children improve their overall communication skills and guidance
about how to address the environment.
"...dedicated to providing quality
educational opportunities for all SLPs." Two online programs are available in
Assessing Adverse Impact in
Children Who Stutter
Reviews the importance of evaluationg 'adverse impact' with
children who stutter, particularly for school-based
clinicians. Available as audio only or audio plus powerpoint
development of the OASES measurement
instrument and provides detailed training about the use and
interpretation of the tool in clinical settings.
Provides key information that all SLPs
need in order to effectively evaluate and treat individuals
who stutter across the lifespan.
Podcasts providing an ongoing series of educational programs
about stuttering, with hosts Peter Reitzes and team.
Describes the role of the Overall Assessment of the
Speaker's Experience of Stuttering (OASES) in assessing
quality of life (and other topics).
Includes an overview of
research demonstrating the benefits of self-help / support groups for individuals who stutter.
Reviews recent research on factors that affect the
development of stuttering, including a
discussion of recovery
vs. chronic stuttering.
Describes how the World
Health Organization's ICF framework can be used in planning
stuttering treatment and evaluating treatment outcomes.
Other Courses (email
for more information)
Ten Things SLPs Can Do to Help Preschool Children Who
Stutter (0.2 CE Hours)
Provides a broad overview of the
stuttering disorder and helps clinicians understand how they
can help preschoolers and their parents get the most out of
Ten Things SLPs Can Do to Help School-Age Children Who
Stutter (0.2 CE Hours)
Explained the nature
of stuttering from the perspective of the
school-age child and prepares clinicians to work with children
and their parents.
Evaluating and Treating
Adolescents and Adults Who Stutter (0.2
Helps you feel
confident that you are providing effective treatment for
adolescents and adults who stutter - includes strategies for
improving speech fluency and reducing negative communication