Originally published in 1987, this book presented new ideas on the treatment of stuttering, by leading authorities within Britain at the time. There are chapters on children and adolescents, as well as on adults. In each chapter the author describes the therapeutic approach, how it fits into general views on the nature of stuttering, the clients for which it is appropriate, and possible methods of evaluation. The book is aimed at speech therapists and psychologists and provided an important up-date of the subject for practitioners.
List of Contributors. Acknowledgements. Foreword John Cooper-Hammond. Preface Celia Levy 1. Personal Construct Therapy with Children Who Stutter and their Families Rosemarie Hayhow 2. Family Counselling with Children Who Stutter: An Adlerian Approach Jenny Clifford and Peta Watson 3. An Overview of Issues in Therapy with Adults Who Stutter Carolyn Cheasman 4. Some Developments in Personal Construct Therapy with Adults Who Stutter Peggy Dalton 5. Residential Courses for Stutterers: Combining Technique and Personal Construct Psychology Margaret Evesham 6. Positive Attitude to Fluency: A Group Therapy Programme Trudy Stewart 7. Intensive Block Modification Therapy Tom Reid 8. Interiorised Stuttering: A Group Therapy Approach Celia Levy 9. Stammering Cured Andrew R. Bell 10. A Personal View of Stuttering Therapy Tom Insley 11. Individual Therapy with the Very Severe Stutterer Renee Byrne 12. Anxiety Control Training and its Place in Stuttering Therapy Jackie Turnbull 13. Issues in Student Training in Stuttering Therapy Roberta Williams. Index.
Psychology Library Editions: Speech and Language Disorders (8 Volume set) presents titles, originally published between 1942 and 1993, covering a variety of areas from auditory processing difficulties to stuttering. The titles show the progression of knowledge and treatment through the twentieth century.