Experiential Therapy for Adults Who Stutter

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This is a threaded discussion page for the International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference. To ask a question or make a comment hit the POST link above which should bring up a POST ARTICLE form. Fill in your subject and name and type your question. Then, and this is important, hit the POST ARTICLE button just below the comments form. Your response is now posted, but you may have to hit the reload button on your browser to read it. For some internet service providers (like AOL), your post may not appear until the following day. Please do not repost messages several times. If you have followed the instructions, it should work. There is a TEST threaded discussion available at http://cahn.mnsu.edu/totest If you are still having trouble, you can contact judith.kuster@mnsu.edu. Between now and the end of the day on October 22, the presenters have agreed to respond to appropriate questions made by participants. Please do not use this page to create a personal agenda or to ask questions you should be able to find in a textbook about stuttering. Thank you very much for your participation!!

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Permission to publish Mike Hughes 10/1/03
Re: Permission to publish Woody 10/1/03
paper Joe Donaher 10/1/03
Re: paper Woody 10/1/03
Post tramatic stress disorder and stuttering together Angie Lyons 10/1/03
Re: Post traumatic stress disorder and stuttering together Angie Lyons 10/1/03
Outside expertise Ed Feuer 10/2/03
Re: Outside expertise Janet 10/3/03
Re: Outside expertise Ed Feuer 10/3/03
Re: Outside expertise Janet 10/3/03
Re: Outside expertise Ed Feuer 10/4/03
Somatic Memory & Time-line therapy Tim Mackesey 10/2/03
Re: Somatic Memory & Time-line therapy Janet 10/3/03
Re: Somatic Memory & Time-line therapy Tim Mackesey 10/3/03
Re: Somatic Memory & Time-line therapy Woody 10/3/03
Re: Somatic Memory & Time-line therapy Tim Mackesey 10/4/03
Future implications and obsessive compulsive behavior Peter Reitzes 10/4/03
Re: Future implications and obsessive compulsive behavior Woody 10/6/03
Article 19 Vickie Benda 10/4/03
Re: Article 19 Woody 10/6/03
The Key Difference and a Question Darrell Dodge 10/6/03
Re: The Key Difference and a Question Woody 10/6/03
Re: The Key Difference and a Question Darrell Dodge 10/6/03
viewpoint Jennifer Blankenship 10/6/03
A multitude of therapies for PTSD Gunars 10/6/03
Your paper.... Retz 10/7/03
Question Patti Bohlman 10/8/03
Re: Question Woody 10/8/03
"Talk to it" Kristina 10/11/03
Re: "Talk to it" Woody 10/13/03
Re: "Talk to it" Ellen-Marie Silverman 10/14/03
Re: "Talk to it" Woody 10/22/03
PTSD and stuttering Abby G. 10/14/03
Re: PTSD and stuttering Woody 10/14/03
Encounters and Attitudes Maggie Mitchell 10/17/03
Re: Encounters and Attitudes Woody Starkweather 10/19/03
Question Anne Bemis & Sandra Sutter Fort Hays State University 10/19/03
Re: Question Woody 10/19/03
PTSD - Your Article CDIS Grad Student 10/20/03
permission to publish TM 10/21/03
Re: permission to publish Woody 10/22/03
Re: permission to publish TM 10/22/03
Your Paper Jill Daugherty 10/21/03
Re: Your Paper Woody 10/22/03
RE: question about Post Trauamtic Stress Disorder Article Elizabeth Carson 10/21/03
RE: question about Post Trauamtic Stress Disorder Article Woody 10/22/03
Comment Sheri Vestal, Southern University Graduate Student 10/22/03
Re: Comment Woody 10/22/03
Threaded discussion is now closed Judy Kuster 10/23/03

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