Changing the Way the World Views Stuttering at the 2017 NSA Conference (Ep. 624)

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Chaya Goldstein, CCC-SLP

Chaya Goldstein joins Reuben Schuff at the 34th annual National Stuttering Association (NSA) conference in Dallas, Texas. They discuss following your dreams, changing the way the world views stuttering, the importance of stuttering advocacy and much more.

Chaya Goldstein is a PWS, SLP, teacher, dancer, nature-lover, and overall life-enthusiast. She incorporates multi-sensory instruction and movement into her teaching and therapy and engages in mindfulness and meditation. Chaya works as a SLP in a charter school in Queens, NY, and teaches the course on stuttering at Long Island University. She is co-leader of the NSA Midtown Chapter.

Reuben Schuff is an author and roving host for StutterTalk. By profession and passion he is an aerospace engineer, and also, a traveler, a juggler, a Toastmaster, and a person who stutters. He is a workshop presenter for the National Stuttering Association’s annual conference and is the co-founder of the Raleigh Teens Who Stutter (TWST) chapter of the NSA. Reuben also facilitates and presents with FRIENDS (the National Organization for Young People who Stutter). Reuben is author of the chapter Fluency: My Untrustworthy Friend in the StutterTalk book: Stuttering: Inspiring Stories and Professional Wisdom.

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