Stuttering Foundation


Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy For Stuttering--Video plus CEU Assessment

In this one-hour presentation, Heather Grossman, Ph. D., CCC-SLP, of The American Institute for Stuttering, discusses how Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy provides a powerful framework for helping clients identify and restructure the self-destructive core beliefs that contribute to tense, avoidant stuttering behaviors. As people who stutter come to replace these cognitions with more helpful constructs through individualized action assignments, stuttering tension and avoidance are reduced. Over time, this work brings individuals who stutter closer to how their speech flows in situations where they are most comfortable and unconcerned about stuttering. This workshop provides an overview of applications of REBT for stuttering in older teens and adults.

This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area).


Financial: Heather Grossman received an honorarium from the Stuttering Foundation for this presentation. Non-financial: Heather has no non-financial relationship to disclose.

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