Stuttering Therapy  Services

"Stuttering is a Complex is the treatment"
Any effective treatment strategy starts with a good evaluation. Each client receives a comprehensive in-depth video analysis. We'll look at not just how many times you stutter but "HOW" you stutter. We will break it down into different types of stuttering behaviors, analyze for secondary characteristics, as well asses social emotional components. All this is done to create an Individualized Therapy Program

  • Identification and Awareness Training
  • Self-Analysis of your own speech
  • Situation Analysis
  • Emotion beliefs and fears surrounding stuttering
  • Modification and Shaping strategies
  • Great, now how do I do that in the "Real-World"

Children (Ages 3-11 years)

Typically stuttering if treated at a young age can be managed more
effectively. If the behaviors are continued through many years, it can take
longer and more frequent treatment to overcome.

Teens (Ages 12-17 years)

The pressures of being a teenager can be overwhelming enough,
many teens who struggle with stuttering may also have to deal with
the difficulties of communicating with friends and teachers.
We provide teens a method of managing their disorder in order to
confidently participate in school and activities.


Most adults who stutter have been doing so for a majority of their lives.
The stuttering may be more frequent or severe at different times
or under different circumstances in ones life. Treatment will take
a focused attention on implementing strategies to overcome and manage
the disorder and becoming more confident in communication abilities.

Support Groups
Sponsored by the National Stuttering Association

We offer monthly support group meetings for kids and teens who stutter and their parents. Its a time where clients and their families can meet together to discuss and share their experiences, difficulties, and victories with stuttering.

Teen Group meets on the 2ND Thursday of the month
at 7:00PM at our office   Map

  Kids Group meets on the 3RD Thursday of the month
  at 7:00PM at our office  Map

Online Resources:

National Stuttering Association - (NSA) is the largest stuttering support group in the United States; however, they are not the only organization dedicated to supporting people who stutter, their families, and the clinicians who serve them. There are many helpful resources available throughout the country - and throughout the world - for those interested in stuttering.

Stuttering Foundation of America "provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering."

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional association for speech-language pathologists.

Stuttering Home Page is an award-winning site that is "dedicated to providing information about stuttering for both consumers and professionals who work with people who stutter."

For questions about stuttering therapy services and/or to schedule an evaluation:

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