The Only Context That Matters – Real Children’s Lives

Over the past month or so, I’ve been reacting to a publication that was sent to me by its author – a leader in the field of stuttering therapy for children. She was responding to my claim that parents and children are too often blamed for poor outcomes during therapy...

Self confidence far more valuable than speech tools!

Came across a lovely article written by Matt Day, appearing in The Chronicle (Dunsville, Ontario, Canada) today about a magician named Claude Haggerty. Here’s an excerpt: Growing up in Dunnville, Haggerty remembers having self-confidence issues, specifically a...

Stop Blaming the Parents and Children for Unsuccessful Therapy

I hope all of you were able to share time with loved ones, enjoy some R&R, and eat too much…which is pretty much what happened over this holiday season in the Holte household! This is second in a series (how many, who knows?) of postings inspired by a book...