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Program

Friday, February 16, 2018

13.30 

Registration                                                                                                                                                 

14.00
to
17.00

Presymposium workshop                                                                                                                               
A constructivist framework for counseling with people who stutter.

Anthony Dilollo
(Wichita State University, USA)  

 

19.00
to 21.00
 

Play                                                                                                                                                                Unspoken.                                                                                                                                                           
Neil Rathmell with Trudy Stewart.                                                                                                                    

 

 

Saturday, February 17, 2018

08.00 

Registration

08.45

Opening Symposium

09.00

The cognitive factors underlying readiness to manage stuttering: Evidence from adolescents
Patricia Zebrowski
(University of Iowa, USA) 

10.00

On the definition of cluttering: present formulations and future directions.
David Ward
(University of Reading, UK)

11.00

Coffee break

11.30

Changing attitudes to stammering through theatre: a social experiment.
Trudy Stewart
(Stammering Support Center Leeds, UK - retired)

12.30

Lunch

 

13.15

Poster session by ECSF graduates & staff

  1. 1. Stuttering and multilingualism: practical implications. Aerts, G.
  2. 2. The perception of stuttering in Greek society. Martinis, Y.
  3. 3. Stuttering and web-radio. A mantenance programme for MIDA-SP. Del Gado, F., Capparelli, E., Venuti, B., & Tomaiuoli, D.
  4. 4. The Finnish translation and a psychometric evaluation of the Overall Assessment of the Speaker's Experience of Stuttering for School-Aged Children. Yli-Savola, A.
  5. 5. The ‘word cloud machine'. Polfliet, K.
  6. 6. Lexipontix: An intervention programme that addresses the overall stuttering experience. Marousos, D., & Fourlas, G.
  7. 7. Applying Solution Focused Brief Therapy into Stuttering Therapy. A clinical example. Fourlas, G.
  8. 8. Impact of stuttering in Greek-speaking preschoolers and their parents: Preliminary findings. Ntourou, K., Fourlas, G., Marousos, D., Paphiti, M.
  9. 9. ECSF Therapists and Portuguese Stuttering Association: a complementary relationship. Caldas, J., Carmona, J., Costa, D.N., Germano, H., Largo, B., Margarido, E., Morgado, M.J., Rocha, M., Santos, A.R. & Valente, R.
  10. 10. Overview of stuttering management in Nigeria. Ademola, G.
  11. 11. Changing attitudes toward stuttering among Polish teachers and university students. Węsierska, K., St. Louis, K. O., & Polewczyk, I.
  12. 12. Behavior Assessment Battery: Normative investigation among Polish adults who do and do not stutter. Węsierska, K., Vanryckeghem, M., Danielowska, M., Faściszewska, M., Krawczyk, A., & Tuchowska, J.
  13. 13. The role of narratives in the development of stuttering as a problem. O'Dwyer, M., Walsh, I. P., Leahy, M.
  14. 14. Free to Stutter... Free to Speak: Programme participants' feedback regarding treatment agents. O'Dwyer, M. & Ryan, F.
  15. 15. Stories from the Other Side: Outcomes from Narrative Therapy for people who stutter. Ryan, F., Smith, M. M., Leahy, M.
  16. 16. Changing dynamics of stuttering intervention in Sri Lanka - a personal perspective. Jayasuria, T.
  17. 17. Phonological abilities in children who stutter. Eggers, K., Fleerackers, J., Van Bedaf, E., & Van Everbroeck, H.
  18. 18. Raising Stuttering Awareness in the Czech Republic. Dezort, J.
  19. 19. Changes in speech-associated attitude in preschool CWS treated through the Lidcombe program or PCI: a comparative study. Chiari, F. & Bernardini, S.

 

 

14.00 

The German interdisciplinary evidence- and consensus-based guideline on the pathogenesis, assessment, and treatment of speech fluency disorders: What is internationally generalizable?
Katrin Neumann
(Ruhr University Bochum, Germany) 

14.45

Once upon a time... ECSF graduates share their special moments: European perspective.
Joseph Agius, moderator
(University of Malta) 

 15.30

ECSF Graduation Ceremony for the 2016-2017 course cycle.
ECSF consortium
                                                                                                                                           

15.45

Coffee break

16.15

Possible selves mapping with adolescents who stutter.
Anthony Dilollo (Wichita State University, USA)                                                                              

17.15

Closing