Helping Children Change Thoughts and Feelings About Communication

Vivian Sisskin, M.S. Available online at

This course is offered for 0.3 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area) at*

For many children who stutter, successfully managing communication involves more than just changing speech. During this 2-hour, 55-minute DVD, renowned clinician Vivian Sisskin, M.S., presents a multidimensional approach as a foundation to help children address the thoughts and feelings that sometimes co-exist with stuttering. She offers concrete strategies to help children become more mindful about communication, to answer others’ questions about what stuttering is and why they talk the way they do, and to recognize how feelings influence their behavior.

DVD No. 6335 $20

What I Wish People Knew About Stuttering Edited by Courtney T. Byrd, Ph.D.

In this 64-page book, children courageously share what they most want people to know about stuttering. Written for children and by children, this book is a collaboration between the Stuttering Foundation and Michael and Tami Lang Stuttering Institute, part of the Moody College of Communications at the University of Texas at Austin.

Book No. 0090 $10

Talking Tips Magnet

This colorful magnet gives parents and caregivers quick tips to help children who stutter. Postcard-sized and colorful, it’s just right for any refrigerator door!

Magnet No. 0107 $2

Therapy in Action: The School-Age Child Who Stutters

This 38-minute DVD is an excellent resource and teaching tool for speech-language pathologists.

Produced by Edward G. Conture, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University; Barry Guitar, Ph.D., University of Ver mont; Jane Fraser, Stuttering Foundation; June H. Campbell, M.A., Northwestern University; Hugo H. Gregory, Ph.D., Northwestern University; Peter Ramig, Ph.D. University of Colorado-Boulder; and Patricia Zebrowski, Ph.D., University of Iowa.

DVD No. 1079 $5 Available online at 20 *Products and online ASHS CEUs are priced separately

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