Katie Gore, MA, CCC-SLP, speech IRL
Courtney Luckman, MA, CCC-SLP, speech IRL
Date: January 13th, 2020, 6pm-7:30pm ET
Description: Recent stuttering research explores areas such as social-environmental interactions (e.g. issues within the social model of disability) and the value of non-traditional behavioral interventions (e.g. mindfulness). However, traditional frameworks for *how to do therapy* do not integrate these considerable advances in EBP. We present a new "three-letter model" that builds on the ABC foundation that is practical, robust, and accessible. In this workshop, we will present a theoretical grounding of this model, discuss recent research that support evidence-based therapy, provide a sampling of activities, and engage in case studies to facilitate active learning.
• Target Audience: Speech-Language Pathologists*, Graduate Students
• *This course is not eligible for CEUs at this time
• Please only register if you can attend the live event, a recording may be available on our streaming video library within a few weeks ($10).
Katie Gore, MA, CCC-SLP, is the founder and director of speech IRL, a speech therapy and communication consulting firm based in Chicago, IL. Katie's clinical specialties are stuttering, executive function, social communication. In addition, Katie provides training and consulting to businesses and organizations on topics related to communication, diversity, and inclusion. Katie is an adjunct faculty member at Rush University and is the co-founder and current Community Outreach Chair for Shared Voices Chicago.
Courtney Luckman, MA, CCC-SLP, is a clinician at speech IRL specializing in the areas of stuttering and autism. She has presented on stuttering research and clinical applications at several national conferences. Her masters thesis on lexical skills in children who stutter was recently published in the Journal of Fluency Disorders. Courtney is chair of the junior board for Shared Voices Chicago.