Stammering Therapy from the Inside: New Perspectives on Working With Young People and Adults

Carolyn Cheasman, Rachel Everard and Sam Simpson
SKU: J027
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ISBN13: 978-1-907826-07-8

Release Date: Autumn 2013

Stammering Therapy from the Inside offers a comprehensive overview of a range of contemporary stammering therapy approaches. It links theory to practice, with an emphasis on describing the therapy journey and outcomes from the perspectives of both clinicians and clients. This shared reflection will give the reader the opportunity to consider key issues in relation to their own work practice and context.

The purpose of this book is to:

  • document and share knowledge of established practices in stammering therapy
  • broaden the discourse and extend the boundaries of thinking about stammering therapy
  • enrich and enhance professional accounts of stammering therapy by including clients as co-authors of therapy knowledge


...if you are interested in understanding more deeply the multi-layered and individual experience of stammering and the journeys that people undertake in therapy, then this is a very valuable resource.

Chapters include exploration of the following therapy approaches:

  • Cognitive therapy
  • The City Lit integrated approach to stammering therapy
  • 1:1 therapy revisited
  • Interiorised stammering therapy
  • Self-advocacy
  • Working with teenagers in groups
  • Narrative therapy
  • Mindfulness and stammering
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy
  • Neurolinguistic programming
  • Feelings and stammering
  • Stammering, imagework and self-esteem

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