Membership

If you are a therapist or academic who is interested in stuttering, cluttering and atypical fluency disorders in children, young people and adults, or a person who stutters or clutters, the IFA is the community to which you need to belong.  IFA membership is good value and by joining our ranks you will be furthering both your own development, as well as supporting our field in a truly international and collaborative forum.

You will have access to these people via the Experts section of the new IFA website, the Global Workshops that the IFA is holding internationally, the World Congresses held every three years and the Proceedings, as well as the Journal of Fluency Disorders, to which you will automatically have access as an IFA member.

We consist of experts in the field, those who stutter or clutter, those who have studied or specialized over many years , those who are developing this specialism and those who are at the beginning of their careers. This field continues to develop at great pace and the IFA brings together a wealth of knowledge and experience in the science of stuttering and cluttering, the wide range of therapeutic approaches, as well as the philosophical debate about society’s views on disability.

You will be able to interact with people who stutter or clutter as fellow members of an inclusive organization where we seek to talk to each other, rather than about each other.

 

Translation

In preparation for the 2018 World Congress the IFA is implementing Japanese translations of some pages on the site. Choosing Japanese below to see these translations.

Not all pages are translated, but you can use Google translate to see a machine translation using the switch below

Google Translate

JFD

Journal of Fluency DisordersBrowse the current issue
(
non-members)

The official journal of the International Fluency Association
IFA Members receive online access to JFD as a member benefit.

Read more: JFD

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