21 Jun 2009
Elana Yudman and Kristel Kubart guest host this all women episode on stuttering.
15 Jun 2009
Bradley Jackson (Eric’s brother) joins Peter Reitzes and Eric Jackson and discusses stuttering for the first time with someone other then Eric. Eric and Bradley talk about how they deal with stuttering as brothers and so much more.
23 Mar 2009
Samantha Gennuso and Caryn Herring join Peter Reitzes and Eric Jackson to talk stuttering. We discussed an article by Walter Manning titled Creating Your Own Map for Change.
9 Mar 2009
John Ahlbach, a pioneer in the self-help stuttering movement, joins Peter Reitzes and Eric Jackson to discuss the early days of self-help as well as John’s co-founding of FRIENDS: The National Association of Young People Who Stutter.
1 Feb 2009
StutterTalk welcomes return guest Dr. Ronald L. Webster, the founder and Director of the Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI). Dr. Webster discusses Apple’s iPhone New Use in Treating Stuttering at the Hollins Communications Research Institute.
14 Dec 2008
Eric Jackson and Peter Reitzes attended the Our Time Theatre Company performance of Three One-Act Plays the evening of December 12, 2008 at the Cherry Lane Theatre in NYC. They spoke with the writers and directors, Taro Alexander (founder and artistic director), Evertt Bradley (musical director), volunteers and audience members.
19 Nov 2008
David M. Luterman, Ed.D., CCC-SLP, joins Peter Reitzes and Eric Jackson interview to discuss counseling people who stutter and their families. We ask Dr. Luterman to discuss counseling from both speech therapy and self-help perspectives.
Related Links: Dr. Luterman’s Stuttering Foundation DVD tiled Sharpening Counseling Skills (pictured left) and his book Counseling Persons with Communication Disorders and Their Families.
22 Oct 2008
StutterTalk discusses Episode 69 which featured very special guest Dr. Ronald Webster of the Hollins Communications Research Institute.
18 Oct 2008
Dr. Ronald L. Webster, the founder and Director of the Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI), joins StutterTalk to discuss a range of stuttering therapy topics. Dr. Webster is asked about his view that the primary problem facing people who stutter is “abnormal speech muscle contractions” and so much more.
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