Dealing With Awareness and Emotions in Disfluency - No Prep Kit

Dealing With Awareness and Emotions in Disfluency - No Prep Kit
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When we work with clients who stutter, it’s extremely important to take a look at any negative thoughts and feelings that they’re having about their stuttering or speech.  If we can reduce negative thoughts and feelings and teach our clients strategies to deal with them, we are more likely to see better progress in therapy and better ability to use the stuttering-modification and fluency-enhancing strategies that we teach.
This kit and workbook will give you everything you need to walk a client through the process of gently bringing awareness to their disfluency and then walking through identifying and dealing with negative emotions.

What's Included:

  • Lesson Plans for the 8 Phases of Therapy
  • Sample Goals
  • Data Collection Sheets
  • No-Prep Therapy Activities and Workbook Pages for Every Phase
  • Homework Pages for Every Phase

This 43-page packet and workbook will give you everything you need to start working through negative thoughts and feelings in children with disfluency.  We know that these negative thoughts and feelings can impact a child’s ability to fully participate in therapy and to be able to use the speech-modification and fluency-enhancing strategies that we teach them.  Start therapy the right way by addressing those feelings in a systematic way that starts with awareness of one’s own stuttering.  

Age Range: This packet is appropriate for children who are 4-18 years old
Follow the pages from front to back and you’ll have everything you need to work on the following phases of therapy for dealing with awareness and negative emotions: 

  1. Education about How the Speech Mechanism Works and about Stuttering in General
  2. Gentle Guidance to Becoming Aware of One’s Own Stuttering
  3. Identifying Negative Emotions and Beliefs that are Affecting the Child’s Fluency
  4. Cognitive Restructuring to Replace Old, Negative Beliefs with New, Empowering Beliefs
  5. Desensitization to Help the Child Reduce Negative Reactions to Stuttering
  6. Self-Disclosure Activities to Help the Child Feel Comfortable Telling Others He/She Stutters
  7. Counseling/Support Activities that Connect the Child to Others who Stutter
  8. Continuation Plan for How to Continue Supporting the Child Once the Kit is Completed
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43 pages
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