Stuttering therapy for school age children should be approached with the right tools

This two-day workshop is split into a one-and-a-half-day course (or three mornings if online), followed by an online half-day follow up workshop three months later. The first day and a half focuses on understanding this client group, learning a range of therapy approaches and clinical decision making and problem solving. The half-day follow up is an opportunity to bring a current case and problem solve this with peers and the facilitators.
The workshops will be facilitated by Brittney Mackie and John Doleman.

We are in the process of developing a series of online modules to replace our Working with School Age Children who Stutter workshop. We will keep you informed of our progress with over this year.

Please write in the message which course you are interested in:


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May 2019 - Christchurch

“Spread the word – so that more SLTs can have the opportunity to understand the range of interventions and help PWS (people who stutter).  Thank you both so very much.  Very well done”

“A lot of practical strategies that I can put into practice straight away”

“Real life examples and lots of time for questions.  Well explained points and organised presentation”.

“It’s great to ask questions ‘in the moment’.  You make it such a safe environment to ask questions and make comments”

August 2019 – Auckland

“Wonderful presenters!  Great strategies and advice on where to start.  Really encouraging to know that we can contact you.  I could listen to you both all day!”

“Very practical – provided with strategies I can apply to my practice”

“Range of tools and rationale – very comprehensive”

“Great workshop – practical, presenters are experts in the field and answered all questions.  Thank you for a great learning day”.

“Practical and up-to-date research information.  Enjoyed the demonstrations of the techniques and great to see the resources available”

“Friendly and approachable presenters.  Lots of chance to questions.  Practical ideas.  Thank you for a very thought provoking and practical course”