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ADHD & Children Who Stutter Joseph Donaher, Ph.D.


Joseph Donaher, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,


introduces the clinical characteristics


of ADHD, the literature on stuttering and ADHD, and clinical management accommodations that may increase therapeutic outcomes for children with coexisting attention and focusing concerns. 54 minutes.


DVD No. 6700 $10 Available online at StutteringHelp.org/Streaming


This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Advanced Level, Professional Area) at StutteringCEUs.org*


A Stuttering Solution Focused Brief Therapy Taster H   


Foundation Production


This 3 hour, 30-minute DVD featuring workshop highlights is a taster that introduces participants to the principles and practice of SFBT, providing examples of children, parents, and teenagers describing their ‘best hopes’ for the future, using scales to determine the skills and resources they already have to attain that future, and identifying the small signs of change along the way.


ighlights from a workshop featuring Willie Botterill, MSc, (Psych. Couns.),MRCSLT, and Frances Cook, MSc, MRCSLT


(Hons) Cert. CT (Oxford), provide insights into using Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) with those who stutter.


This taster introduces participants to the principles and practice


of SFBT, providing examples of children, parents, and teenagers describing their ‘best hopes’ for the future, using scales to determine the skills and resources they already have to attain that future, and identifying the small signs of change along the way.


Produced by the Stuttering Foundation, this 3-hour, 30-minute DVD fea-


tures Willie Botterill, MSc, (Psych. Couns.), MRCSLT, and Frances Cook, MSc, MRCSLT (Hons) Cert. CT (Oxford).


Additional therapy footage from the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children,


Featuring Willie Botterill, MSc, (Psych. Couns.), MRCSLT, and Frances Cook, MBE, MSc, MRCSLT (Hons) Cert. CT (Oxford).


London, England. Special thanks to Boston University and Diane Fillion Parris, M.S., CCC- SLP, Boston University, and the 20 Stuttering Foundation Workshop Attendees.


THE STUTTERING


DVD No. 9950 $40 Available online at


StutteringHelp.org/Streaming


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Solution Focused Brief Therapy Taster


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30 minutes No. 9950


DVD 3 hours,


STUTTERING


FOUNDATION DVD No. 9950


 Frances Cook Tools for Success


Willie Botterill


This course is offered for 0.4 ASHA CEUs (Advanced Level, Professional Area) at StutteringCEUs.org*


Autism Spectrum Disorders and Stuttering with Vivian Sisskin, M.S.


Vivian Sisskin, M.S., summarizes the literature pertaining to disfl uency in autism and provides basic principles to aid in differential diagnosis and treatment planning. This two hour DVD offers a demonstration of effective treatment for fi nal part-word repetitions and takes a problem-solving approach to clinical management, using both learning style in autism and strategies from traditional fl uency therapies.


DVD No. 6730 $10 Available online at StutteringHelp.org/Streaming


This course is offered for 0.25 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area) at StutteringCEUs.org*


*Products and online CEUs are priced separately


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