StutterTalk: Changing how you think about stuttering

StutterTalk has published more than 600 free, weekly podcasts on stuttering since 2007. StutterTalk is dedicated to supporting people who stutter, their families, professionals, students, and the general public by talking openly about stuttering and by providing information about stuttering. We address the loneliness and isolation of stuttering by talking about it.

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John Hendrickson: An Inside View of His Stuttering Journey (Ep. 694)


John Hendrickson John Hendrickson joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss the months after his article with Joe Biden went viral and how it impacted his stuttering journey. Hendrickson shared how these past few months have altered his relationship with his st...


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   46m
 
 

Stammering Pride and Prejudice with Sam Simpson (Ep. 693)


Sam Simpson joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss Stammering Pride and Prejudice, a book that explores stuttering from the social model of disability. Sam shares how she learned about the social model in the 1990’s,


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 2020-07-23  39m
 
 

Roisin McManus, NP on COVID-19 and Stuttering: An Update (Ep. 692)


Roisin McManus, a Nurse Practitioner who stutters and has been on the frontlines of COVID-19, joins Chaya Goldstein to reflect upon this important work and stuttering. This is a follow-up conversation to episode 678.


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 2020-07-17  25m
 
 

Stammering Pride and Prejudice with Patrick Campbell (Ep. 691)


Patrick Campbell joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss Stammering Pride and Prejudice, a book that explores stuttering from the social model of disability. Patrick explains why this book was written and how it can help us change the way we approach stutteri...


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 2020-06-15  34m
 
 

Showing Up in Support of the Black Community (Ep. 690)


Dr. Kia Noelle Johnson Dr. Kia Noelle Johnson and Dr. Darren Johnson join Chaya Goldstein to share their experience of what it’s like to be a black person in America today. Together they discuss the impact of overt and covert racism, microaggressions,


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 2020-06-06  44m
 
 

Stuttering and the Politics of University Time (Ep. 689)


Dane Isaacs joins Chris Constantino to discuss Isaac’s recently published paper ‘I Don’t Have Time For This’: Stuttering and the Politics of University Time. Issacs and Constantino discuss stuttering from a disability rights perspective.


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 2020-05-22  53m
 
 

Stammering Pride and Prejudice with Chris Constantino (Ep. 688)


Chris Constantino joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss Stammering Pride and Prejudice, a book that explores stuttering from the social model of disability. Chris shares his insights on the social model of disability and how it applies to stuttering. Dr.


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 2020-05-17  54m
 
 

First Day: A Public Service Announcement with Filmmaker Cody Packer (Ep. 687)


Cody Packer Cody Packer joins Chaya Goldstein to discuss First Day, a short film being used as a Public Service Announcement to raise awareness about stuttering during National Stuttering Awareness Week. Cody Mathieson Packer is a proud person who stut...


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 2020-05-12  35m
 
 

Stuttering, It’s What You Think with Dominique Kennedy (Ep. 686)


Dominique Kennedy joins Christoper Constantino to discuss stuttering, cluttering, and her new book Stuttering, It’s What You Think. Dominique Kennedy is the author of Stuttering, It’s What You Think. Dominique is an experienced and certified Speech-Lan...


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 2020-04-23  38m
 
 

The Growth of Stuttering Support in Israel During COVID-19 (Ep. 685)


Hanan Hurwitz joins Peter Reitzes to discuss the growth and success of stuttering support in Israel during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Hurwitz is asked about Israel’s first support group meeting for children who stutter,


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 2020-04-11  30m