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Are you a speech-language pathologist and do you regularly see people with a fluency disorder, like cluttering or stuttering? It goes without saying that they could benefit a great deal from having therapy. A therapy that can easily be found online. We therefor have an interesting proposition for SLPs: a free listing of your speech therapy practice on toofastforwords.com!

Cluttering diagnosis and treatment

Kathleen Scaler Scott is a frontrunner when it comes to stuttering and cluttering. She works both as lecturer and clinician, has written several books and has treated many cluttering clients. We ask Kathleen Scaler Scott to share with us how cluttering can be treated: What is her general approach? What aspects does she often focus on? What other strategies are there? What techniques does she use in therapy? What advice does she have for people who clutter? And so on. Don’t wanna miss a thing? Tune in for this interesting video and get updated on the latest do’s and don’ts for cluttering treatment!

As a speech language pathologist you want to be sure that you communicate the correct diagnosis to your clients: does your client stutter, clutter, or does he/her have characteristics of both disorders? Susanne Cook, specialist in the field of fluency disorders and professionally involved in the International Cluttering Association, explains how she diagnoses and treats people who clutter. What are important elements in treatment? How does she approach the treatment? And what can speech-language pathologists do to feel more confident in generating a differential diagnosis?