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  1. Dr. Luc De Nil: A Conversation about Stuttering – “Everything That You Do Rewires the Brain” (184) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Luc De Nil, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto, joins Peter Reitzes to discuss brain imaging research, stuttering and much more. Visit Dr. De Nil’s Speech Fluency Laboratory to learn more about his research and publications.

    During this episode Dr. De Nil is asked about his behavioural and neuroimaging research pertaining to stuttering and fluency, the possibility that speech therapy is “rewiring” the brain, if stuttering events can occur as a result of learned behavior without a corresponding neurological event, recovery and stuttering, if stuttering is the result of a faulty speech monitoring system, stuttering when you are alone, the future of neuroimaging research and much more.

    Thanks to Dr. Tom Weidig at the Stuttering Brain Blog for providing some excellent questions to ask Dr. De Nil.

    http://stuttertalk.com/dr-luc-de-nil-a-conversation-about-stuttering-everything-that-you-do-rewires-the-brain-episode-184/

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  2. Speaking with Mr. Alan Newton: President of Janus Development Group – Makers of the SpeechEasy Device (Ep. 197) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Mr. Alan Newton, President of Janus Development Group, makers of the SpeechEasy device joins Peter Reitzes to discuss numerous issues related to the SpeechEasy. SpeechEasy is a device intended to reduce stuttering. Mr. Newton is asked questions about media coverage of the SpeechEasy and its marketing. Mr. Newton is also asked questions regarding how some of the SpeechEasy’s Premier Providers market the device and services.

    http://stuttertalk.com/speaking-with-mr-alan-newton-president-of-janus-development-group-makers-of-the-speecheasy-device-episode-197/

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  3. Following Up on the SpeechEasy and Stuttering with Rebecca Glass and Wesley Cook (Ep.194) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Rebecca Glass joins Peter Reitzes to discuss her experience using the SpeechEasy device and appearing on television news programs  to discuss the device. Rebecca appeared on the popular ABC television shows 20/20 and PrimeTime (see video below).  Wesley Cook, who appeared on the popular televisions shows Good Morning America and the Oprah Winfrey Show, sent StutterTalk an email regarding his experiences with the SpeechEasy and stuttering. Peter reads part of that email at the beginning of this episode. Click here to read Wesley’s email.

    http://stuttertalk.com/following-up-on-the-speecheasy-and-stuttering-with-rebecca-glass-and-wesley-cook-episode-194/

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  4. Following Up on the SpeechEasy and Stuttering with Mark Babcock (Ep. 192) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Mark Babcock joins Peter Reitzes to discuss his experience using the SpeechEasy device and appearing on television news programs  to discuss the device. In 2002 Mark appeared on the popular television shows Good Morning America and the Oprah Winfrey Show.

     

     

    http://stuttertalk.com/following-up-on-the-speecheasy-and-stuttering-with-mark-babcock-episode-192/

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  5. The Anatomy and Physiology of Normal Speech Breathing as it Relates to Costal Breathing and Stuttering (Ep. 263) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Robert “The Expert” Quesal, Ph.D., CCC-SLP joins Peter Reitzes to discuss the anatomy and physiology of normal speech breathing as it relates to costal breathing and stuttering.

    Be sure and check out this article Peter and Bob wrote on costal breathing.

    http://stuttertalk.com/the-anatomy-and-physiology-of-normal-speech-breathing-as-it-relates-to-costal-breathing-and-stuttering-episode-263/

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  6. Costal Breathing and Stuttering – Two Experiences (Episode 258) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Katherine Preston and Jeremy Cohen join Peter Reitzes to discuss their experiences using costal breathing to cope with stuttering. While Katherine and Jeremy mention the treatment programs they attended, they speak for themselves and do not speak for or represent specific treatment programs.

    KATHERINE PRESTON graduated from university, worked in asset management in London and left her job in 2008 to move to America and write a book on stuttering. She spent a year travelling around America interviewing stutterers, SLPs and researchers and is now finishing the book and working as a freelance writer in Brooklyn, NY.  JEREMY COHEN is a former beer vendor and street peddler from Chicago, IL. He has been working on his speech for the past four years and uses costal breathing to speak everyday. He is currently starting a business in Brooklyn, NY.

    http://stuttertalk.com/costal-breathing-and-stuttering-two-experiences-episode-258/

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  7. Piecing Apart Costal Breathing with Dr. Bob Quesal (254) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Robert “The Expert” Quesal, Ph.D., CCC-SLP joins Peter Reitzes  to discuss and “piece apart” costal breathing and stuttering. This is the second episode in the costal breathing series.

    http://stuttertalk.com/piecing-apart-costal-breathing-with-dr-bob-quesal-episode-254/

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  8. Costal Breathing and Stuttering with Aonghus Heatley (Episode 252) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Aonghus Heatley, a person who stutters, joins Peter Reitzes  to discuss costal breathing, his life with stuttering, his experience taking a stuttering training course at the Starfish Project  and much more. This is the first episode in a series on costal breathing.

    http://stuttertalk.com/costal-breathing-and-stuttering-with-aonghus-heatley-episode-252/

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  9. Embracing and Accepting Stuttering with George Springer of the Houston Astros (Ep. 453) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    George Springer, a 24 year old rookie outfielder with the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball, joins Peter Reitzes to discuss being a professional athlete who stutters. Mr. Springer explains the importance of embracing and accepting stuttering.

    When asked if he had any advice for children who stutter, Mr. Springer responded, “I was that kid that didn’t want to speak in class and tried to avoid certain situations. But then, once I just accepted it [stuttering], it actually changed my outlook on pretty much everything and made me a lot happier with myself…Embrace it and don’t let it prevent you from doing the things that you want to do in life.”

    http://stuttertalk.com/embracing-and-accepting-stuttering-with-george-springer-of-the-houston-astros-ep-453/

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  10. Emily Blunt Talks about Stuttering (237) – StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

    Emily Blunt joins Peter Reitzes and Eric Jackson to discuss her experiences with stuttering. Emily Blunt is a British actress known for her starring roles in The Devil Wears Prada, The Young Victoria,  Sunshine Cleaning and most recently appeared in 2010’s The Wolfman. In 2007, Ms. Blunt won a Golden Globe award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for the TV Film Gideon’s Daughter. During this episode, Emily discusses many aspects of her stuttering, including when she started stuttering, what helped her cope and deal with stuttering and so much more.

    http://stuttertalk.com/emily-blunt-talks-about-stuttering-episode-237/

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