School-Age Stuttering

If you've ever wondered which therapy strategies are most effective or you've worried about how to best help school-age students who stutter, then these materials are for you. Use these therapy manuals to work through the entire school-age assessment and intervention process, including the initial evaluation, making treatment recommendations and writing goals, implementing evidence-based therapy, and planning dismissal. We suggest keeping a few extra parent booklets on hand so that you're always ready to offer expert support to families who are worried about stuttering.

These are not cookie-cutter programs: they offer practical training with enough background to support your clinical decision-making process. Most importantly, these books will help you develop confidence in your ability to help school-age children who stutter.