Lee Caggiano

Welcome to Holland: Stuttering and Acceptance (236)

Lee Caggiano with a client

Lee Caggiano, MA CCC-SLP joins Peter Reitzes and Eric Jackson to discuss acceptance.

During this episode Lee is asked to discuss acceptance from the viewpoint of the mother of a person who stutters and from her experience as a speech-language pathologist and director of a stuttering self-help organization. Lee is a Board Recognized Fluency Specialist and Mentor in Fluency Disorders, Director of the Stuttering Therapy and Resource Center of Long Island, is the co-founder and director of FRIENDS: The Association for Young People Who Stutter and an adjunct professor at New York University, Queens College and Long Island University.

    A Roundtable Discussion with Teenagers Who Stutter (169)

    Ms. Lee Caggiano, MA CCC-SLP and five teenagers who stutter (Tommy, Josh, Steve, Greg and Mike) join Peter Reitzes and Eric Jackson to discuss coping with stuttering during the teenage years. This episode was recorded in Long Island, New York at the Stuttering Therapy and Resource Center of Long Island.

      Self Help for People Who Stutter and Their Families with Lee Caggiano

      Lee Caggiano

      Lee Caggiano, MA, CCC-SLP is interviewed by Eric Jackson and Peter Reitzes about the importance of self help for people who stutter and their families. Lee is a Board Recognized Fluency Specialist and Mentor, the parent of a son who stutters and co-founder and Director of FRIENDS: The Association of Young People Who Stutter. Lee discussed self help organizations including FRIENDS and the National Stuttering Association.