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From: Chelsey Young
Date: 07 Oct 2011
Time: 12:53:22 -0500
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
I really enjoyed reading your story. I am currently in graduate school to become a Speech Language Pathologist. I was wondering if you have any advice for SLPs who want to help their clients to accept their stuttering. You termed it, "letting go," and it seems that you have really been able to live your life to the fullest since you were able to "let go." Liv's encouragement in wanting you to use your real voice was obviously very helpful in your becoming comfortable with your real voice. Is there anything you can think of a SLP could do to encourage the same kind of change in clients who stutter?