5 Mar 2014
David Luterman, EdD, joins Peter Reitzes to discuss counseling in stuttering treatment.
StutterTalk is excited to announce that this StutterTalk episode or course will be available for 0.10 CEUs for approximately six months, free of charge, through the National Stuttering Association. For complete details regarding the continuing education units being offered by the National Stuttering Association, go to the National Stuttering Association’s CEU page.
Title: Counseling in Stuttering Treatment
Learner Outcomes: At the conclusion of the program, the learner shall be able to:
- distinguish between effective and ineffective models of counseling.
- apply counseling techniques to clinical populations.
- understand how the family system impacts the client.
Presenter Bio — David Luterman, EdD, is a professor emeritus at Emerson College in Boston, MA, a fellow of the American Speech Language Hearing Association, Director of the Thayer Lindsey Family Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children and author of many articles and books including his seminal work Counseling Persons with Communication Disorders and Their Families in is 5th edition.
Episode/Course Description: This talk is intended for professionals who wish to extend their scope of practice to include client affect and to extend their practice to include the family with specific emphasis on treating people who stutter.
- Luterman, David M. (2008). Counseling persons with communication disorders and their families (5th ed.). Austin, TX: Pro-ed.