22 May 2011
17 Apr 2011
Caryn Herring, Joel Korte, and Roisin McManus (the Stuttertalk “B Team”) have submitted their monthly episode for April. The B Team kicks off the show by paying homage to former Stuttertalk co-host and co-founder Eric Jackson by sharing a few memorable stories. Later, they talk about how it can be surprising when speech tools actually work and follow that with an extended discussion on what makes a good communicator. They wrap up the show by discussing “worrying about what others think” when it comes to stuttering.
13 Mar 2011
Joel Sings about Stuttering and the B Team Discuss Clinical Supervisors Concerned about Stuttering (267)
Welcome to the March B Team episode at StutterTalk. All B Team shows are archived here for your listening enjoyment.
Caryn Herring, Joel Korte and Roisin McManus (the Stuttertalk “B Team”) have submitted their March episode, and as usual, it’s an eclectic mix of stuttering related topics. First, Joel plays a recording of “I’ll Get By” a song that he and his band Ghost Towns of the West wrote about stuttering. The song is available as a free download at www.chaseblissrecords.tumblr.com. During the second half of today’s show they discuss speech-language pathologists who stutter, graduate students who stutter and the challenges they face. This is the second show in the current StutterTalk series on clinicians who stutter. The first show in the series is Speech-Language Pathologists Who Stutter – The Graduate School Experience (Episode 266).
3 Mar 2011
Peter Reitzes recently told the story of his life passing as fluent during StutterTalk episode 257. During today’s episode Peter joins Joel Korte to discuss speech therapy after years and years of covert stuttering.
PETER REITZES, MA CCC-SLP (pictured left with his son) is a person who stutters and a New York State licensed, ASHA Certified, Speech-Language Pathologist. During this episode Joel asks Peter about what he did once he decided that he no longer wanted to hide his stuttering. Peter discussed stuttering openly, pausing, voluntary stuttering, modification, facing feared sounds, meeting other people who stutter, talking to family and friends about stuttering, the awkwardness of passing as fluent and much more.
21 Feb 2011
Caryn Herring, Joel Korte and Roisin McManus (the Stuttertalk B Team) discuss a variety of personal happenings in the past month. Joel and Caryn check in on their voluntary stuttering “experiment,” while Caryn brings up some potential pitfalls that can occur when one is experiencing a reduction of stuttering. Lastly, Roisin shares some thoughts on why it’s difficult to truly be objective about stuttering, and an extended discussion on that topic follows.
13 Feb 2011
Marc Winski joins regular co-host Eric Jackson and B-Team c0-host Joel Korte to discuss his experience being an actor who stutters, stuttering on auditions, using speech “tools” on stage, and how to use stuttering to get noticed. The guys also talk about Pagaclone, and Marc shares his own experience taking the drug.
MARC WINSKI is currently performing the role of Doody in the national touring production of GREASE. He is a recent graduate of Indiana University, where he obtained a Bachelors degree in the field of musical theatre. Originally from Lafayette, IN, Marc presently resides on a tour bus/in hotels all over the country. Some of his favorite credits are West Side Story (Riff), Altar Boyz (Matthew), and Oklahoma (Will Parker). Marc is a proud owner of a stutter, and has been blessed to be a part of a stuttering intensive program at the American Institute for Stuttering. He loves talking with others about their stuttering experiences and being part of the stuttering community.
16 Jan 2011
Regular guest, Dr. Joe Klein, joins B Team member Joel Korte and regular co-host Eric Jackson for a “loose” discussion that twists and turns like a Schlitz and Slide. The guys talk about why it’s so hard to change our speech and how long it takes, taking advantage of good “practice” time, talking about (and not) changing, and much more. Joe points out that we, as stutterers, are resistant “to change when it’s hard, and also to change when it’s easy.”
10 Jan 2011
They take a more “casual” approach to the show this month, discussing everything from childhood stuttering videos to the decision to jump back into speech therapy. After reflecting on family time over the holidays, The B Team rings in 2011 with some New Year’s Stuttering Resolutions!
17 Oct 2010
Caryn, Joel and Roisin explore the many facets of stuttering acceptance from the “B Team” perspective. They attempt to break apart what aspects of stuttering are the easiest and most difficult to accept. Roisin has some good news to report on her job hunt as well. During this episode the crew references StutterTalk episode 104 (the Jack Welch episode) and episode 231 (the Charlie Osborne episode). In the coming weeks, Peter and Eric (the “A Team”) plan on discussing acceptance with a special guest.
19 Sep 2010
Caryn Herring, Joel Korte and Roisin McManus (the Stuttertalk “B Team”) introduce themselves and provide insights as to where they are with their personal stuttering journeys. The B Team discusses an email from Peter F. regarding dating, interesting stuttering situations that Joel and Roisin have dealt with recently and much more. StutterTalk is excited to announce that the B Team will be publishing one show a month of stuttering goodness!