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Reports from the International Fluency Association World Congress 2015

| 25.08.2015

The StutterTalk podcast has released several editions about this event, reporting back on key findings: stuttertalk.com/category/ifa-congress-2015/

The 8th IFA World Congress, where clinicians, therapists, researchers and people with fluency disorders from all over the world get together to share the latest developments in stammering research, took place in Lisbon this year. The StutterTalk podcasts include:

  • Acceptance and commitment therapy - Carolyn Cheasman and Rachel Everard, City Lit
  • Stammering and social model of disability - Rachel Everard and Sam Simpson
  • 'Normal' anxiety of stammering - Michael Boyle
  • Successful stuttering managment in adolescents: a quantitative analysis - Thales de Nardo
  • Keith Boss, Chair of the International Stuttering Association
  • Experiencing 17 different stuttering treatments - Gunars Neiders
  • Brain imaging research and stuttering - Kate Watkins, Oxford University
  • Stuttering from a gender perspective: follow-up study 5-9 years post referral - Ineke Sampson
  • Stuttering, medication and mindfulness - Paul Brocklehurst.