Become a more confident therapist and clinical problem solver with Kristin Chmela’s and June Campbell’s book!

March 15th, 2016 | No Comments

Become a more confident therapist and clinical problem solver when working with fluency cases with Kristin Chmela’s and June Campbell’s book!

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Kristin Chmela teamed up with her mentor, colleague, and dear friend June Campbell and published a book recently with Super Duper, Inc., entitled:

Working with School-Age Children Who Stutter: Basic Principle Problem Solving.

This book highlights the critical thinking process applied when evaluating and treating school-age children who stutter or have other fluency disorders. There are many challenges when serving this population, and Kristin and June’s sixty plus years combined clinical expertise highlights the Eleven Basic Principles originally discussed by the late Dr. Hugo Gregory, Northwestern University, and applies them to the decision making process while sharing several detailed case studies. In addition, special emphasis is given to evaluating and treating children who stutter in the school setting.

Kristin reflects on the Eleven Basic Principles during her Keynote at Northwestern University.

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