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  • Author:
    Kristin Chmela
  • ISBN:
    0933388497
  • ISBN13:
    978-0933388499
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  • Publisher:
    Speech Foundation of America; 1st edition (2001)
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This is the CEU assessment for The School-Age Child Who Stutters .

This is the CEU assessment for The School-Age Child Who Stutters: Working Effectively with Attitudes and Emotions Workbook. Kristin Chmela received an honorararium from the Stuttering Foundation for co-authorship. Nina Reeves received an honorarium from the Stuttering Foundation for co-authorship. The Video/Book plus CEU Assessment version is the complete package and allows you to study the material and immediately take the assessment to earn your ASHA CEUs.

Children who stutter (CWS) face many difficulties and need environmental support in school or home activities. The School-Age Child Who Stutters: Working Effectively With Attitudes and Emotions, Stuttering Foundation. However, few studies have investigated the needs of CWS within the context of their environment. The Behavior Assessment Battery for School-Age Children who Stutter. Martine Vanryckeghem.

Professionals' treatment resources The School-Age Child Who Stutters: Working Effectively with Attitudes and Emotions by Kristin A. Chmela and Nina Reardon Focuses exclusively on assessing and treating feelings and beliefs in school-age children. Examples from real children are included throughout the workbook, and the final chapter integrates assessment and treatment examples from four children

Direct and indirect questions Observations Pencil and paper tasks SFA publication: – Chemela & Reardon, The School Age Child Who Stutters: Working.

The school-age child who stutters: Working effectively with attitudes and emotions. Memphis, TN: Stuttering Foundation of America

The school-age child who stutters: Working effectively with attitudes and emotions. Memphis, TN: Stuttering Foundation of America. Analyses revealed that the majority of surveyed programs do require coursework on stuttering, though nearly one-fifth allow students to graduate without a class on stuttering and more than one-half of programs allow students to graduate without clinical experience in stuttering.

Personal Name: Chmela, Kristin

Personal Name: Chmela, Kristin.

Affective features of the child’s stutteringb, Labels child uses for attitudes/feelings about stuttering 1 2 3 4 5 Measure: Framing My Speech (C & R workbook. his form could be used to count the number and types of words used to describe stuttering, Child’s feelings about stuttering 1 2 3 4 5 Measure: What Pops and/or What’s True.

The school-age child who stutters: Working effectively with emotions and attitude. workbook.

2nd Edition (2012) -- This valuable workbook, written by experienced speech-language pathologist Kristin Chmela, M.A., in collaboration with Nina Reardon, M.S., and edited by Lisa Scott, Ph.D., offers you a powerful tool for stuttering diagnostics and therapy, focusing exclusively on assessing and treating feelings and beliefs in school-age children. Numerous strategies for helping children make positive changes in their feelings and beliefs are presented. Examples from real children are included throughout the workbook, and the final chapter integrates assessment and treatment examples from four children. It contains practical, concrete ideas for documenting present levels of feelings and beliefs, their contribution to the overall problem, and strategies to achieve change and document therapy outcomes. Reproducible pages throughout the book.

Bremar
This book provides excellent information for both professionals and parents who work with or know a child that stutters. Many times attitudes are not the major emphasis when working with a child that stutters and learning how very effective this alone can be in decreasing stuttering episodes and acceptance of is very enlightening.
TheJonnyTest
Great book! Instead of purchasing it through people who obviously don't care about the needs of those who stutter and just want $$$ get it from the Stuttering Foundation for $15...

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Frlas
I am very happy with this book selection. It came just how they promised it would.