24 Oct 2010
Eugene B. Cooper, Ed.D takes a break from retirement to join Peter Reitzes to discuss more than 60 years of studying stuttering, working with people who stutter and training speech-language pathologists.
During this episode Dr. Cooper discusses Chronic Perseverative Stuttering Snydrome, the frequency fallacy, the importance of the relationship between the client and clinician, choosing a therapist, his thoughts on specialty recognition for stuttering, a conversation with Bob Quesal (parts 1 and 2) and so much more. Dr. Eugene B. Cooper is a Professor and Chair Emeritus of the University of Alabama’s Department of Communicative Disorders and Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Nova Southeastern University’s Program in Speech Language Pathology. Dr. Cooper is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and received the Honors of the association. He and his wife Crystal are the authors of over 150 publications primarily in the area of stuttering and professional issues.