Working with School-Age Children Who Stutter: Basic Principle Problem Solving
Become more confident and competent when diagnosing and treating school-age children with fluency disorders with this new manual by Board Certified Specialists in Fluency, Kristin Chmela and June Campbell. Working with School-Age Children Who Stutter will encourage you to:
- consider how you define and solve challenges;
- explore factors that may impact your ability to problem-solve;
- refine your critical thinking skills.
Chmela and Campbell present eleven core basic principles for problem solving and interpret these principles in the context of current research regarding school-age children who stutter. The authors also present eight in-depth case studies to illuminate the problem-solving process.