DVDs, videos and CD Roms for speech and language therapists
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DVD: Neurophysiology of stuttering, Martin Sommer. In this 50-minute presentation, Martin Sommer gives an overview of essential neurophysiological findings that improve our understanding of the pathophysiology of stuttering. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2012. (Clips on YouTube.)
DVD: ADHD and children who stutter, Joseph Donaher. In this 54-minute presentation, Dr Donaher introduces the clinical aspects of ADHD and discusses clinical management accommodations that may improve therapeutic outcomes for children with ADHD who stammer. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2011. (Clips on YouTube.)
DVD: TOOLS FOR SUCCESS: A COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY TASTER, Frances Cook & Willie Botterill. Highlights from a workshop run by the authors providing valuable insights into working with the cognitive aspects of stuttering. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2009. View an extract on the SFA website.
DVD: SCORING DISFLUENCIES, Diane Fillion Parris. In this DVD clinicians are trained to differentiate between the various types of dysfluencies, code them, and analyse the data accordingly. Stutteirng Foundation of America, 2010.
DVD: STUTTERING: BASIC CLINICAL SKILLS, Stuttering Foundation. Demonstrates speech management strategies to help work effectively with both children and adults who stammer. 2007, 128 minutes.
DVD: CLUTTERING, Florence Myers & Kenneth O. St Louis. This DVD, lasting 42 minutes, features people who clutter and illustrates the essence of cluttering as well as the problems that often accompany it, together with suggestions for its diagnosis and treatment,. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2007.
Children and young people
IMPLEMENTING COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY WITH SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN, Stuttering Foundation, 2010. This 1 hour, 40 minute DVD uses cognitive behaviour therapy to help children change their thoughts and feelings about stammering, and test their beliefs about listener reactions.
MOVING FROM ASSESSMENT TO INTERVENTION PLANNING, Sheryl Gottwald. This presentation provides a framework for developing interventions for preschool children who stammer and their families. Stuttering Foundation, 2010.
DVD: ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD STUTTERING. Edward Conture. This DVD discusses the current, data-based approaches to the assessment and treatment of preschool-age children who stammer. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2010
DVD: DEALING WITH GUILT AND SHAME, Bill Murphy. This 89-minute DVD is intended for the clinician who works with school-age children who stammer. It includes: Why Thoughts and Emotions Are Important; Stuttering Triangle; Essental Tools and Paper and Pencil Tasks; Portfolio Assessment; Therapy for Reducing Negative Thoughts; Shame vs. Guilt; Keys to Progress. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2009.
DVD: NEW DIMENSIONS IN PARENT COUNSELLING, David M. Luterman. This DVD is divided into 2 parts: Group Therapy with Parents (101 minutes) and Therapists' Review of the Parents' Session (87 minutes) and shows David Luterman facilitating a group of parents of children who stutter. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2010.
DVD: COUNSELLING: LISTENING TO AND TALKING WITH PARENTS OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER, Stuttering Foundation of America. In this 50-minute DVD, many noted clinicains demonstrate and discuss strategies for counseling parents in all stages of the treatment process. 2007.
DVD: A MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH TO ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT, E. Charles Healey. This 73-minute DVD is intended for clinicians who work with school-age children who stammer. It deals in detail with the CALMS model of stammering. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2009.
DVD: TOM'S STORY: THE LIDCOMBE PROGRAM OF EARLY STUTTERING INTERVENTION, Australian Stuttering Research Centre. This 20 minute film is suitable for parents and speech and language therapists, although it is not intended to be used for training purposes. It provides an introduction to the way that the Lidcombe Program is used with pre-school children. It includes contributions by Mark Onslow, Director of the Australian Stuttering Research Centre, Vanessa Harris, a practicising Speech Pathologist, and Lucy, the mother of a pre-school aged child. 2007. (NTSC format - might not play in all DVD players.)
DVD: THE SCHOOL AGE CHILD WHO STUTTERS, Stuttering Foundation of America. This 38-minute long DVD provides information about what stammering looks and sounds like in the school-age child, and shows therapy in action by renowned specialists with school-age children. 2009.
DVD: THE SCHOOL CLINICIAN: WAYS TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE, Peter Ramig. This 84-minute DVD is designed to be an ideal tool for clinicians who work with the school-age child who stammers. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2005.
DVD: DEALING EFFECTIVELY WITH ATTITUDES AND EMOTIONS, by Kristin A. Chmela. Designed to help clinicians who work with school-age children who stammer. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2005.
DVD: STUTTERING INTERVENTION FOR TEENS, by Patricia Zebrowski. This 90-minute DVD is particularly aimed at the clinician dealing with adolescents and includes information about motor and mental training, plus a discussion of emotions related to stammering at this age. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2005.
DVD: WORKING WITH PRESCHOOLERS WHO STUTTER: SUCCESSFUL INTERVENTION STRATEGIES, by Kristin A. Chmela. This one-hour and 45-minute DVD, with accompanying booklet, offers practical strategies for working with very young children who stammer. Its structured approach aims to involve parents in the process. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2010
VIDEO: WORKING WITH PRESCHOOLERS WHO STUTTER: SUCCESSFUL INTERVENTION STRATEGIES. Featuring Kristin Chmela, the video offers practical strategies for working with young children. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2004. 1 hour 45 minutes.
VIDEO: THE SCHOOL AGE CHILD WHO STUTTERS. A videotape featuring Kristin Chmela in collaboration with Nina Reardon for clinicians who work with the school age child who stutters. Stuttering Foundation of America, 1997-8. Review.
VIDEO: STUTTERING IN THE FIRST YEARS OF LIFE. (16 minutes, colour.) This Australian video features the role of parents in therapy, current theories regarding the cause of stuttering, and common misconceptions about stuttering. Review.
VIDEO: CRY WOLF - IMAGES OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER. (28 minutes, colour.) This Danish film shows a group of 9-13 year olds meeting weekly with a speech therapist who is helping them "come to terms" with stammering.
CD ROM: GCSE ENGLISH ORAL WORK: TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR PUPILS WHO STAMMER, British Stammering Association (see education project).
CD ROM: ENGLISH ORAL WORK FROM S1 TO S4: TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR PUPILS WHO STAMMER: SCOTTISH SECONDARY SCHOOL VERSION, British Stammering Association (see education project).
DVD: MESSAGE TO A STUTTERER and NO WORDS TO SAY. (1 DVD)
"Message to a Stutterer" (34 minutes) is a documentary tribute to eminent American psychologist Joseph Sheehan who ran the stammering clinic at the University of California for 35 years. It comprises archive footage of research, experimentation, lectures and TV appearances outlining avoidance reduction therapy. Review.
"No Words to Say" (56 minutes): filmed at UCLA's stammering clinic, students share their personal experiences - their fears, failures, and triumphs. Review.
( Alternatively, we have 'Message to a stutterer' as a videotape).
DVD: ADULT STUTTERING THERAPY, Charles Van Riper. This single DVD, over 6 hours long, reproduces all of Van Riper's classic series of 9 videotapes (below) on this subject. They depict the management of stammering from the evaluation interview, through 7 therapy sessions, to both one-year and 20-year follow-up. Stuttering Foundation of America, 2005.
VIDEO: ADULT STUTTERING THERAPY - PART 1. (black and white.) Charles Van Riper conducting a block modification therapy course with a young adult client. Diagnostic Interview (28 minutes), identification (47 minutes), desensitisation (49 minutes), Variations (44 minutes). Available as 1 tape, or individual parts available as separate tapes.
VIDEO: ADULTS STUTTERING THERAPY - PART 2. (black and white.) Charles Van Riper conducting a block modification therapy course with a young adult client. Modification/cancellation (42 minutes), modification/monitoring (52 minutes), stabilisation (47 minutes), one year later (30 minutes). Available as 1 tape, or individual parts available as separate tapes.
VIDEO: ADULT STUTTERING THERAPY- A TWENTY YEAR FOLLOW UP WITH JEFF. 20 years since the Van Riper tapes were made, Barry Guitar looks at how Jeff is doing, and an analysis of the therapy. Stuttering Foundation of America 1995.
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