Minimizing Bullying for Children Who Stutter
By William P. Murphy, Robert W. Quesal, Nina Reardon-Reeves, and J. Scott Yaruss
Bullying is a significant problem for many children who stutter, but you can help. This comprehensive therapy program helps SLPs work collaboratively with parents, teachers, and school administrators to help children break free from the burden of bullying. Materials include worksheets, forms, and therapy activities for diminishing—and even preventing—bullying for children who stutter.
This complete program includes all 4 components:
The Minimizing Bullying SLP guide is filled with strategies and activities, with detailed instructions for using advanced clinical techniques, such as cognitive restructuring, desensitization, role-playing, and classroom presentations.
Three workbooks ensure that everyone works together to minimize bullying.
- The workbook for Students includes all the forms, worksheets, activities, and resources referenced in the SLP guide. Each student uses their own workbook to personalize their therapy.
- The workbook for Parents describes the many ways that parents can help their children overcome the combined challenges of stuttering and bullying. Parents will appreciate guidelines for identifying bullying, sample conversations, and ideas for empowering children to respond effectively to bullies.
- The workbook for Teachers & Administrators helps school personnel learn how to limit bullying of children who stutter in the classroom and beyond.
For clinicians working with children and teens ages 6 to 18 in schools and private practice. Appropriate for students, clinicians, and specialists.
Stuttering Therapy Resources donates 10% of the proceeds from this book to the National Stuttering Association.
Spiral-Bound Manual, 118 pages. 5½" x 8½" workbooks. ISBN: 978-0-9837538-1-0
Copyright © 2013 Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc.