J Scott Yaruss
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Researcher, Speech & Language Pathologist
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J Scott
Yaruss
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East Lansing
MI
United States
48824
www.yaruss.com

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  • Stuttering in Children
  • Stuttering in Adults
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
  • Bullying and Stuttering
  • Cognitive Behavioral Treatment
  • Differential Diagnosis of Stuttering
  • Evidence-based Treatment of Stuttering
  • Mindfulness Therapy
  • Self-help Strategies
  • Clinicians
  • Self-Help
  • Consumers
Numerous publications and presentations about stuttering. Please see www.Yaruss.com and www.StutteringTherapyResources.com for information.
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  • Groups

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J. Scott Yaruss, PhD, is a Professor in Communicative Sciences and Disorders at  Michigan State University. A board-certified specialist in fluency disorders and ASHA Fellow, his research examines factors that contribute to the development of stuttering as well as methods for evaluating stuttering treatment outcomes. Yaruss has published more than 70 peer-reviewed manuscripts, more than 100 other papers on stuttering, and several resources including the Overall Assessment of the Speaker's Experience of Stuttering (OASES), School-Age Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide, the Minimizing Bullying program, and the new Early Childhood Stuttering: A Practical Guide (Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc. - www.StutteringTherapyResources.com). Yaruss has been named SLP of the Year by the National Stuttering Association and received the University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Science Dean's Distinguished Teaching Award. He teaches classes on stuttering and counseling methods for SLPs and frequently conducts workshops around the world designed to help clinicians improve their ability to work with individuals who stutter. 

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