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No Miracle Cures: A Multifactoral Guide to Stuttering Therapy

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No Miracle Cures: A Multifactoral Guide to Stuttering Therapy
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Publisher: University College Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0965718166
ISBN-13: 9780965718165
Number of pages: 236

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Different speech clinics, books, and websites provide conflicting information about stuttering treatments. Differing claims confuse consumers. The purpose of this book is to unconfuse consumers, enabling stutterers and parents of stutterers to make better decisions regarding treatment.

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