31 Mar 2013
Nadia Alobaid joins Peter Reitzes to discuss facing covert stuttering, letting go of fluency, seeking and facing shame, successful and unsuccessful speech therapy experiences, making choices when feeling desperate about stuttering, being a speech-langauge pathology graduate student and much more.
NADIA ALOBAID is a 27 years-old person who stutters who was born in Kuwait where she lived for 13 years before moving to Eugene, Oregon in the United States. Nadia is currently a second year speech-language pathology graduate student at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
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