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Emotional Regulation in Children Who Stutter--Video plus CEU Assessment

Research in the area of children’s temperament has demonstrated that many children who stutter are prone to react emotionally and have lower emotion/attention regulation skills than children who do not stutter. This can play a role in exacerbating stuttering and the impact that stuttering has on day-to-day functioning. In this one-hour presentation, Kurt Eggers, Ph.D., Thomas More University College, University of Turku, discusses the relevant literature and provides several tools and strategies clinicians and parents can use to help improve children’s emotional regulation.

Disclosures: Dr. Eggers received an honorarium for his work on this presentation. Kurt Eggers has no non-financial relationship with the nonprofit Stuttering Foundation to disclose.

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