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Changing how you think about stuttering.

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Changing how you think about stuttering.

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A Tremendous Platform !

By Whyjohnny - Sep 19 2018
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I had the great opportunity of being on StutterTalk recently to discuss my film WHEN I STUTTER. Chaya took painstaking care to ensure that my experience was first rate. I felt extremely comfortable and I think that allowed for a really free flowing exchange of ideas and experiences. Thank you Chaya and Peter!

Excellent!

By JReinhal - Feb 13 2014
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Excellent work. Thank you!

iTunes Ratings

82 Ratings
Average Ratings
76
3
1
0
2

A Tremendous Platform !

By Whyjohnny - Sep 19 2018
Read more
I had the great opportunity of being on StutterTalk recently to discuss my film WHEN I STUTTER. Chaya took painstaking care to ensure that my experience was first rate. I felt extremely comfortable and I think that allowed for a really free flowing exchange of ideas and experiences. Thank you Chaya and Peter!

Excellent!

By JReinhal - Feb 13 2014
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Excellent work. Thank you!

Best weekly hand curated episodes for learning

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StutterTalk

Latest release on Jan 01, 2021

Best weekly hand curated episodes for learning

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Rank #1: Ecopipam and the Medical Treatment of Stuttering (Ep. 679)

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Gerald Maguire, MD
Gerald Maguire, MD joins Peter Reitzes to discuss ecopipam, the medical treatment of stuttering, and the National Stuttering Association.
One of the points Dr. Maguire shares is that "acceptance of stuttering and acceptance of treatment are not mutually exclusive."

Gerald A Maguire, MD is Professor and Chair of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at UC Riverside School of Medicine and Board Chair of the National Stuttering Association. Dr. Maguire is considered by many to be the leading expert in the medical treatment of stuttering.
Links:

National Stuttering Association (NSA)
NSA on Facebook
Manhattan Chapter of the NSA
Ecopipam as a pharmacologic treatment of stuttering (pdf)
The Pharmacologic Treatment of Stuttering and Its Neuropharmacologic Basis

Mar 28 2020

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Rank #2: High Stress Stuttering Edition (Ep. 656)

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One side of the audience.

Bob "the Expert" Quesal joins Peter Reitzes to discuss high stress speaking and stuttering situations and much more.

Robert Quesal, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is a professor emeritus of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Western Illinois University, a person who stutters, a fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and a retired Board Certified Specialist in Fluency and Fluency Disorders.

Peter Reitzes, MA CCC-SLP is a person who stutters, a speech-language pathologist, and President and Host of StutterTalk.

Sep 15 2018

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Rank #3: Slaying the Iceberg Beast with Dr. Rick Arenas (Ep. 666)

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Dr. Rick Arenas joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss slaying the stuttering iceberg and consider what is the change you actually want.
Rick Arenas Ph.D. is an associate professor at the University of New Mexico in the department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. He received a bachelor's, master’s and Ph.D. all from the University of Iowa. His primary area of research is developmental stuttering. In his early career he focused on the neurobiological mechanisms involved in the variability of stuttering across contexts. Recently his research has transitioned toward the way people relate to their stuttering and how it plays a role in their personal narrative. Using qualitative methods, he is investigating how people who stutter change their thoughts and beliefs to live harmoniously with stuttering.
Read Dr. Arena's Stuttering Foundation blog post on A Father's Advice. Watch Rick's keynote address at the FRIENDS Who Stutter annual conference. Read Dr. Arena's Slaying the Iceberg Beast presentation.

Aug 18 2019

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Rank #4: Breaking the Silence (Ep. 660)

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Mollie Davis
Mollie Davis joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss speaking up as a person who stutters under very challenging circumstances.
Mollie Davis is an 18 year old college freshman from Maryland currently studying at Hollins University in Virginia. She is studying to be a journalist and is heavily involved in gun violence prevention activism. She also enjoys theatre, sitcoms, and courtroom dramas.
Chaya Goldstein, M.A. CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist who stutters. She works at the American Institute for Stuttering (AIS) in New York City and teaches graduate courses in Fluency Disorders. She co-leads the National Stuttering Association Adult Manhattan chapter and coordinates the FRIENDS "Stepping Up" Mentorship program for children and teens who stutter. She's cares deeply about stuttering advocacy, education, and empowerment and is committed to educating SLPs, educators and the public.
Links related to episode:

Mollie Davis on Twitter
Mollie Davis interview with Special Books by Special Kids
Buzz Feed article mentions Mollie
Road to Parkland 
Video story Parkland trip

The views expressed on this podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the opinion of the organization.

Feb 11 2019

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Rank #5: When I Stutter (Ep. 655)

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John Gomez joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss his film When I Stutter.
John Gomez works as a Speech Pathologist for the Los Angeles Unified School District. He is a professor at California State University Los Angeles where he teaches the graduate course in stuttering. John is also a documentary filmmaker. His feature film, WHEN I STUTTER, has been in over 10 film festivals worldwide and has won 7 awards.

Aug 28 2018

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Rank #6: The Magic Sauce (Ep. 657)

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Phil Schneider, Ed.D. CCC-SLP

Dr. Phil Schneider joins Peter Reitzes to discuss stuttering and The Magic Sauce – a therapist’s guide to stuttering treatment.

Phil Schneider, Ed.D. CCC-SLP is the founding partner, with Uri Schneider, of Schneider Speech Pathology.

Recognized as a master clinician and teacher, he has been practicing and teaching for over 45 years. He holds the title of Professor Emeritus of Communication Disorders at Queens College, CUNY. Phil’s first documentary, Transcending Stuttering: The Inside Story, is considered by many to be the single best film on stuttering. View all of Phil’s films here.

Oct 21 2018

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Rank #7: Advocating with Netflix: The Open and Honest Stuttering Edition (Ep. 659)

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Samantha Roybler
Samantha Roybler joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss open and honest stuttering, advocating with Netflix, Camp SAY and much more.
Sam was featured in the article Sam Spoke. Netflix Listened. Watch Sam read Louder Than a Bomb Great Plains.
Samantha Roybler is a 16-year-old high school sophomore who lives in Lincoln, Nebraska. She works part time as a server in a retirement community and is an active member on her poetry slam team at school. She first started taking interest in stuttering advocacy after attending camp SAY in 2017.
Chaya Goldstein, M.A. CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist who stutters. She works at the American Institute for Stuttering (AIS) in New York City and teaches graduate courses in Fluency Disorders. She co-leads the National Stuttering Association Adult Manhattan chapter and coordinates the FRIENDS "Stepping Up" Mentorship program for children and teens who stutter. She's cares deeply about stuttering advocacy, education, and empowerment and is committed to educating SLPs, educators and the public.

Dec 02 2018

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Rank #8: Beginning Your Stuttering Evolution at FRIENDS (Ep. 665)

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Chaya Goldstein is joined by stuttering All-Stars Reuben Schuff, Samantha Gennuso, Kristel Kubart, and Stavros Ladeas at the 2019 FRIENDS annual convention.
Topics include the "monumental" negative effects of hiding stuttering, how more stuttering can be good, asking for what we need as people who stutter, being kind to yourself, the "rough time" of stuttering that so many people who stutter report experiencing in their early twenties, and so much more.

Jul 23 2019

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Rank #9: Returning Choice to the Stuttering Community (Ep. 661)

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Chris Constantino and Rob Dellinger join Reuben Schuff at the 2019 FRIENDS one day conference in Raleigh, NC to discuss taking control of the "um," returning choice to the stuttering community, and it is always okay to talk.

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 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.

Christopher Constantino is a person who stutters, a speech-language pathologist and earned his Phd in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Memphis in 2018.

Robert Dellinger, M.S., CCC-SLP is a school-based speech-language pathologist in Raleigh, N.C., and a person who stutters. He works in an elementary school and consults with colleagues in complicated fluency disorders cases at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Rob is an active member of the National Stuttering Association chapter in Raleigh and contributes to the local Teens Who Stutter (TWST) group.

Mar 30 2019

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Rank #10: On the Front Lines of COVID-19 with Roisin McManus, NP (Ep. 678)

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Mar 26 2020

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Rank #11: Making Good Family Memories with the B Team

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Caryn Herring, Joel Korte, and Roisin McManus (the StutterTalk B Team) discuss making good family memories during this challenging time, when acquaintances make psychological assumptions about people who stutter, stuttering around young children, and much more.

Apr 02 2020

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Rank #12: WHEN I STUTTER: Inspiration and Updates (Ep. 683)

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John Gomez joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss his special reduced rate offer for at-home viewing of his award winning documentary WHEN I STUTTER.
Gomez expresses his gratitude to the stuttering community for helping translate his documentary into a number of languages.  
John shares how the current health crisis is impacting upcoming film screenings, the languages the film has been translated into, the new child-friendly version of the film, where the characters of the film are now, what he's working on next, and more.
Links:

WHEN I STUTER trailer
When I Stutter reduced cost at home screening

https://vimeo.com/283258075

Apr 07 2020

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Rank #13: Vaccines Do Not Cause Stuttering (Ep. 662)

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Bob "The Expert" Quesal joins Peter Reitzes to discuss a parent's concern that vaccines cause stuttering. Bob and Peter point out that parents often blame themselves for their child's stuttering and often attach an event, such as falling off a bike, to the onset of stuttering. They urge professionals to respond to parents with empathy while explaining that vaccines are not the cause of stuttering.

Robert Quesal, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is a professor emeritus of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Western Illinois University, a person who stutters, a fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and a retired Board Certified Specialist in Fluency and Fluency Disorders.

Peter Reitzes, MA CCC-SLP is a person who stutters, a speech-language pathologist, and President and Host of StutterTalk.

May 25 2019

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Rank #14: Connecting in the Stuttering World (Ep. 682)

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Tiffani Kittilstved joins Reuben Schuff to discuss connecting in the stuttering world. 
Ms. Kittilstved reports that 48 chapters of the National Stuttering Association have hosted online meetings with more to come. 
 Virtual Support Links:

National Stuttering Association (NSA) Chapters
FRIENDS virtual resources
Stuttering Foundation of America: Stuttering and Social Distancing: Adjusting to Communication in Virtual Contexts, April 7, 2020
StutterSocial

Tiffani Kittilstved is a Speech-Language Pathologist, PhD student, and a person who stutters. She lives in Seattle, Washington and is actively involved with the NSA and Friends, leading the NSA Bellevue Adult Chapter, the Seattle Family Chapter, and serving as an RCC for the NSA nationally, and organizing regional Friends conferences annually. Tiffani loves meeting people who stutter and believes that connecting with others who share similar stories and experiences can be not only meaningful but also healing.
Reuben Schuff is a person who stutters, aerospace engineer, juggler, traveler and speaker. He lives in Los Angeles and actively participates with the stuttering community, including NSA, FRIENDS, and the StutterTalk Podcast. He believes that communication is intended to be a joyful part of the journey and works to spread this message through workshops, writing and speaking.

Apr 06 2020

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Rank #15: Camp SAY West Coast (Ep. 658)

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Camp SAY West Coast

Taro Alexander and Loryn McGill join Reuben Schuff to discuss Camp SAY West Coast. SAY is the Stuttering Association for the Young.

Taro Alexander, SAY’s Founder & President, created and heads all SAY programs since the organization’s inception in 2001. Taro established Camp SAY in 2008, and in addition to camp, Taro has led SAY’s Confident Voices program, teaching writing, dance, acting, directing, and music to children, 8-18. Taro has directed more than 1,000 original plays with music written and performed by kids who stutter. Prior to SAY, Taro worked as a professional actor, and was a cast member of STOMP. Taro enjoys spending time with his family – his talented wife Leigh, and their three children.

Loryn McGill, M.S. CCC-SLP, was one of the Camp SAY West Coast 2018 Leadership coordinators and is a speech-language pathologist and founder of her private practice OC Fluency Center. Additionally she is faculty at Chapman University as well as part of a multidisciplinary team at UC Riverside working on stuttering. She presents and organizes one-day conferences for FRIENDS, speaks at national and international workshops on stuttering, is a NSA family chapter co-leader, and educates school districts on stuttering intervention. When she is not chasing around her toddler, she can be found snowboarding and sailing.

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 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.

Nov 03 2018

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Rank #16: Stuttering Support in Ghana: Don’t Hide Behind Your Stammer (Ep. 664)

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Elias Apreko
Elias Apreko joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss stuttering support in Ghana.
Elias Apreko helped set up the Ghana Stammering Association in 2013 to meet the needs of persons who stammer (stutter) in Ghana. He currently works as the president of the GSA. Elias is passionate about giving people who stutter a voice and helping them live successful lives in spite of their stutter.

Jul 03 2019

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Rank #17: Monument: Memory is Not Set in Stone (Ep. 680)

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Michael Turner, a filmmaker who stutters, joins Christopher Constantino to discuss MONUMENT, a feature-length documentary about Turner's visit to the Holocaust memorial in Hungary built by his grandmother. 

Visit MONUMENT on Kickstarter

Michael Turner is a filmmaker and a person who stutters. Turner was awarded the 2015 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship for The Way We Talk, his documentary about his experiences with stuttering. In 2016, Turner appeared on StutterTalk to discuss his work.

Mar 31 2020

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Rank #18: Don’t Be Alone with Your Stutter: Stuttering in Israel (Ep. 663)

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Hanan Hurwitz
Hanan Hurwitz joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss Israel's strong stuttering support network and the negative use of the term stuttering in politics to wrongly suggest that a candidate is weak and ineffectual. Mr. Hurwitz explained the importance of speaking to the media, teachers, speech-language pathologists, and the general public about Israel to educate and clarify misperceptions.
This episode was recorded in Hveragerdi, Iecland at the Embrace Your Stutter World Congress.
Hanan Hurwitz is an Electronics Engineer working as Director of Quality at a global company that designs and manufactures electronic servo controls. Hanan is also a person who stutters, has stuttered since childhood, and is presently the chair of the Israeli Stuttering Association, AMBI. Visit AMBI on Facebook here.

Jun 27 2019

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Rank #19: Stuttering and the Politics of University Time (Ep. 689)

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Dane Isaacs joins Chris Constantino to discuss Isaac's recently published paper ‘I Don’t Have Time For This’: Stuttering and the Politics of University Time. Issacs and Constantino discuss stuttering from a disability rights perspective. 
Dane Isaacs is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology at Stellenbosch University. He holds a Masters degree in psychology from the University of Cape Town. His doctoral work explores discourses of masculinities amongst young adult men in Western Cape who stutter. His research interests include psychoanalytic perspectives on disability inequality and psychological experience of disability discrimination and impairment, specifically in the context of people who stutter. In addition, he is interested in poststructuralist theories of gender, the social construction of masculinities particularly within the South African context, and the perpetration of intimate partner violence against women.

May 22 2020

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Rank #20: Stammering Pride and Prejudice with Chris Constantino (Ep. 688)

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Chris Constantino joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss Stammering Pride and Prejudice, a book that explores stuttering from the social model of disability. Chris shares his insights on the social model of disability and how it applies to stuttering. Dr. Constantino discusses his chapter in the book “Stutter Naked” and how stuttering has fostered intimacy and other gains in his life.
Christopher Constantino lives in Tallahassee, Florida with his wife, Megan, and son, Augustine. He is a speech-language pathologist and assistant professor at Florida State University. He teaches classes on counseling and stuttering and researches how the subjective experience of stuttering interacts with culture and society. He recently co-edited the book, Stammering Pride and Prejudice. Chris enjoys riding his bike and eating chocolate chip cookies.

May 17 2020

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