Stuttering and Cluttering

Have you ever found yourself stumbling over your words? Imagine having that feeling all the time. Individuals who stutter, or have dysfluencies, have trouble saying words due to repetitions (repeating part of a word), prolongations (holding out a sound for a long period of time), or blocks (getting stuck on a sound) of their sounds.

When children or adults stutter, it can cause tension and negative emotions about speaking. Stuttering therapy allows clients to learn techniques to control their dysfluencies and be better prepared for situations in which they might stutter.