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Roundtable Discussion

Welcome to the Specialist Roundtable Discussion

Join the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders for an upcoming Virtual Roundtable discussion!

2022 Schedule (subject to change):

May 21, 2022
1:00 PM, Eastern Time

Recently, there has been dialogue within the larger stuttering community about the implications and ramifications of referring to stuttering as a "fluency disorder." Much of these concerns are outlined in:

Tichenor, S. E., Constantino, C., & Yaruss, J. S. (2022). A Point of View About Fluency. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 1-8.

We decided to include this topic in our member's survey NOT to alert everyone of a name change but rather to include you in a conversation that our board is currently having surrounding the semantics of using "fluency and fluency disorders" in our designation. The ABFFD is pleased to invite you to this month's round table to allow for current and prospective specialists to come together to share and learn about the differing perspectives.  

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Please use the links below to watch past presentations:


JANUARY Roundtable 

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FEBRUARY Roundtable

"Practical Help Using Zoom and Other Platforms"

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MARCH Roundtable

"Client Driven Therapy"

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APRIL Roundtable

"The Therapeutic Dance"

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AUGUST Roundtable

"A Panel Discussion with Board Certified Specialists"

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SEPTEMBER Roundtable


OCTOBER Roundtable

"Rationale-Based Therapy"


    MAY Roundtable

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    JUNE Roundtable 

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    JULY Roundtable 

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    AUGUST Roundtable 

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    SEPTEMBER Roundtable 

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    OCTOBER Roundtable 

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    NOVEMBER Roundtable

    "The Lived Experience"

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