2022 SSMP

For summer 2022 options include: -A five day intensive therapy program focusing on Phase 1 of the Successful Stuttering Management Program (avoidance reduction, acceptance and desensitization). -A three day therapy program focusing on Phase 2 of the Successful Stuttering Management Program (Modification of stuttering in real life situations). You may participate in Phase 1, Phase … Read more

2021– Virtual Therapy for Stuttering

Due to the uncertainty of what the future holds regarding pandemic related restrictions, we have made the decision to run a virtual program (again) for our 2021 program. We received a lot of great feedback from our participants last year and are excited to do it again! If you are interested in participating please know … Read more

SSMP 2021

We don’t yet have any exact information on how our program will run this summer, but we would like to continue with an on-line refresher for those who have previously attended. When we have dates and more information, I’ll post it here and on Instagram (ssmp_ewu).

New for 2020! Tele-Therapy for Stuttering Management

New for 2020: a tele-therapy intensive, 6-day stuttering treatment program for stutterers. Designed to teach how to manage and control stuttering. Our online version will cost $200. It will start on Saturday, June 27th and run through Thursday, July 2nd. Clients will need to be able (have access to a computer with microphone, camera and … Read more

SSMP 2020

I hope you are all doing well and managing this new normal. I will keep you all posted as soon as we know if there will be any changes made to what we currently have planned for our SSMP schedule this year.

SSMP Graduate is Guest Speaker on Stuttering

Our 2009 graduate of the SSMP, Travis Althouse, is giving an in-depth speech about what it’s like to be a stutterer to the WSU and EWU graduate students on March 2nd and 3rd. Travis is a current EWU student pursuing a degree in Communications and Science Disorders in order to become a speech-language pathologist. He … Read more