3 Feb 2013
Frank Stetchel joins Peter Reitzes to discuss aging and stuttering, culture and stuttering, acceptance of stuttering and much more. Frank also weighs in on some topics and discussions he has heard over the years on StutterTalk regarding the state of speech therapy, embracing and accepting stuttering, fluency shaping and more.
FRANK STETCHEL is a person who stutters in New Jersey, a board member at his synagogue, co-leads the Brooklyn chapter of the Jewish Stuttering Association and is retired from a professional career as a vocational rehabilitation counselor, supervisor and manager in the New York State Education Office.
Next week on StutterTalk Peter hopes to speak with Joel Korte and Reuben Schuff about crucial stuttering experiences and strategies as suggested by Charles Van Riper.