4 Feb 2014
Michael P. Boyle, Ph.D., CCC-SLP joins Peter Reitzes to discuss the stigma of stuttering.
StutterTalk is excited to announce that this StutterTalk episode or course will be available for 0.10 CEUs for approximately six months, free of charge, through the National Stuttering Association. For complete details regarding the continuing education units being offered by the National Stuttering Association, go to the National Stuttering Association’s CEU page.
Take the CEU Test Here. (expired August 4, 2014)
Title: The Stigma of Stuttering
Learner Outcomes: At the conclusion of the program, the learner shall be able to:
- Describe the conceptualizations of stigma as being both public and internalized.
- Summarize the relevant research that supports the notion that people who stutter experience both public and self-stigma.
- Identify different strategies that could be used by professionals to identify and potentially reduce public and self-stigma associated with stuttering.
Presenter Bio — Michael Boyle, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Oklahoma State University where he teaches graduate courses in fluency disorders and research methods. His research focuses on identifying factors that predict both resilience and coping and adjustment difficulties related to stuttering. Particular psychosocial variables of interest include stigma, bullying, and attribution. Dr. Boyle is also very interested in the development of interventions that address stigma reduction and improved well-being in individuals who stutter. More