Yearly Archives: 2012

  • Im b-b-b-back with BIG NEWS

    Posted on December 21, 2012 by in Stuttering

    Hi Everyone, I am so sorry I have not blogged or posted a podcast for a very long time.. I just started a brand new job at a hospital. This is my dream job. Not do I have the opportunity to see inpatients, but I also see outpatients. This means I can actually see stuttering […]

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  • A Discussion with Pam Mertz

    Posted on November 7, 2012 by in Podcast Episodes

    [powerpress] During this episode I interview Pam Mertz from Pam has been very involved with the stuttering community for some time now. In this interview we discuss her involvement in the stuttering community. She also discusses her podcasts, “He Stutters, She Asks Him”, and “Women Who Stutter”. She always has great insight on stuttering […]

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  • Falling Backwards

    Posted on October 19, 2012 by in Stuttering

    I consider myself to be a fairly confident person. I wasn’t always like this, but since becoming involved with the National Stuttering Association and talking more about my stuttering I have become increasingly confident. I take pride in my confidence and I enjoy empowering others and improving others views on themselves about their own stuttering. […]

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  • Where Does Stuttering Come From?

    Posted on October 2, 2012 by in Podcast Episodes

    [powerpress] In this episode I interview Dr. Lisa LaSalle from the University of Redlands in Redlands California. She teaches the stuttering course and supervises students who are seeing clients with fluency disorders. In addition, she was my stuttering course professor at Syracuse University…how does she do both? you will just have to listen. During this […]

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  • A Walk for Stuttering Awareness

    Posted on September 23, 2012 by in Podcast Episodes

    [powerpress url=”″] In this episode I speak with Samuel Dunsiger from Stutter Social and Daniele Rossi from the Stuttering Is Cool Podcast about the Walke for Stuttering Awareness, which is happening on September 23rd in Toronto, Canada. This is the first ever walk to support stuttering and it was wonderful hearing about the planning that […]

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  • “So You Think You Can Dance Australia” Mike Lapot

    Posted on September 11, 2012 by in Podcast Episodes

    [powerpress] During this episode I talk with Mike Lapot, a very talented tap dancer who was featured on, “So you Think You Can Dance Australia”. He explains how he has not allowed his stutter to control his life and is free of negative feelings and attitudes about his stuttering. He talks about what it is […]

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  • Walk for Stuttering Awareness

    Posted on September 11, 2012 by in Stuttering

    Have you ever said to yourself, “Wow, I wish I came up with an idea like this.” I must say, I am impressed all of the time by people who stutter and this week is no exception. On September 23rd, Canada is holding its first annual Walk for Stuttering Awareness. I actually think this is […]

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  • A Conversation with Mike Bauer

    Posted on September 3, 2012 by in Podcast Episodes

    [powerpress url=”″] In todays episode I interview Mike Bauer, a videographer and video editor for the Orlando Magic, a Speech-Language Pathology student at University of Central Florida, and of course, a person who stutters! Listen while Mike shares his story about about his early years of struggling with his speech, to his life now as […]

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    Introduction to the ‘I Stutter, So What?’ Podcast: My Very First Episode!

    Posted on August 26, 2012 by in Podcast Episodes

    [powerpress url=”″]   It’s finally here!  The long awaited I Stutter So What Podcast is FINALLY here. The is my very first podcast and I am super excited. Stay tuned for great interviews of people who stutter who have truly defied the odds. During this episode I give you a quick rundown of what is […]

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  • SEO Methods

    Posted on August 18, 2012 by in Stuttering

    Research is becoming a critical element of SEO, and the importance of real time research is growing. Google’s recent updates on the search engine effect will further increase the influence of SEO and SEO software. That being said, I would like to add that sourcing is still one of the most important aspects of SEO. […]

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