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by Bob G. Bodenhamer

  • Author: Bob G. Bodenhamer
  • ISBN: 1904424406
  • ISBN13: 978-1904424406
  • ePub: 1209 kb | FB2: 1752 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Psychology & Counseling
  • Publisher: Crown House Pub Ltd (May 31, 2005)
  • Pages: 204
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 400
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Mastering Blocking And Stuttering: A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency ePub download

That most People Who Stutter (PWS) can speak fluently in certain contexts indicates that they have two primary .

That most People Who Stutter (PWS) can speak fluently in certain contexts indicates that they have two primary speaking strategies that they have learned: 1) They can speak fluently which means they know how to talk. 2) Given the right circumstances, they also have a speaking strategy for blocking. If you were not fearful of looking like a fool or being vulnerable because of your blocking and stuttering, how would that affect your blocking and stuttering? If you had a healthy view of yourself as an innate person of worth in spite of how you speak, how would that affect your blocking and stuttering?

Because blocking and stuttering are learned behaviors, they can be unlearned. There is so much more to stuttering than stuttering itself.

Because blocking and stuttering are learned behaviors, they can be unlearned.

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And, he authored the recently released book Mastering Blocking & Stuttering, A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency

Bodenhamer’s NLP Master Certification and Master Time Line TherapyTM Practitioner Certification came from Tad James, P. of Advanced Neuro-Dynamics of Honolulu, HI. Additional training has been received from NLP conferences. Dr. Bodenhamer has approximately 1500 hours of formal NLP training. And, he authored the recently released book Mastering Blocking & Stuttering, A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency. The Institute of Neuro-Semantics is approved by The National Board For Certified Counselors to offer continuing education activity for National Certified Counselors. We adhere to NBCC education guidelines – provider

Mastering Blocking and Stuttering : A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency. by Bob G. Bodenhamer. This text details a new approach to treating blocking and stuttering

Mastering Blocking and Stuttering : A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency. This text details a new approach to treating blocking and stuttering. The author explains that this phenomenon results from the thinking (cognition) of the stutterer as he or she associates speaking with a lot of fear and anxiety about blocking.

Mastering Blocking and Stuttering. A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency. Bob G. Bodenhamer, DMin. Foreword by John C. Harrison. Except as permitted under current legislation no part of this work may be photocopied, stored in a retrieval system, published, performed in public, adapted, broadcast, transmitted

Can Help You to Deal with Stuttering Mastering Blocking & Stuttering: A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency. Help For Stammering and Stuttering.

How Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Presuppositions Can Help You to Deal with Stuttering Mastering Blocking & Stuttering: A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) offers various tools to model unhelpful states such as anxiety associated with stuttering, or stammering.

UNDERSTANDING STUTTERING by Nathan Lavid. THE NATURE OF STUTTERING by Charles Van Riper. Seeks to define stuttering and its nature and development. Waveland Press, 1992. Short book which aims to present stuttering from a medical point of view and discuss effective treatment in layman terms. University Press of Mississipi, 2003. ADVICE TO THOSE WHO STUTTER from the Stuttering Foundation of America. LET'S TALK ABOUT STAMMERING by Renée Byrne.

Dr. Bodenhamer received one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education from Wake Medical Center in Raleigh, N. C. while working on his doctorate.

Przeczytaj go w aplikacji Książki Google Play na komputerze albo na urządzeniu z Androidem lub iOS. Pobierz, by czytać offline. This book both explains the structure of blocking and provides the tools for gaining more fluency. His marriage to Linda now spans 43 years. His NLP Practitioner's Certification comes from . s Consultants in Reynoldsburg, OH, Dr. Gene Rooney, Trainer.

This book is now available in a paperback edition with the title I Have a Voice: How to Stop Stuttering(ISBN 9781845907273)
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David Friedman
I highly recommend this book. Bobby G. Bodenhamer is a breath of fresh air to the stuttering community and has personally helped me in tremendous ways. He brings amazing insight into how we can look at our stuttering differently. Thank you Bob for your commitment to helping PWS understand themselves and their stuttering patterns.
Mikale
There were no ideas that were not developed by the 1960's in this book. There were a lot of stereotypical 'war stories' of stuttering. The old mantra of self-esteem, which is being proven scientifically false over and over, is trotted out and delved into at length. Additionally, a lot of work is spent on relaxation technigues, coupled with manipulating the way you think about things (called framing in the book). Basically the author encourages one to 'get over it'. There are some slick new acronyms such as PWS (the person who stutters!!!) but come on...no advancement.

I'd encourage interested readers to check out the Valsalva techniques found in other books such as by William Parry. Also do a Google search - there are some interesting articles about research on the left vs right brain usage that are beneficial to be aware of and focus on.
Runehammer
This book contains cold hard facts and detailed information on what you can do to get your self in control and in a calm state to live life fully while speaking as well!

I think this book can help you tremendously. Try out some of the many great exercises as you read. Simply reading this will most likely help you to start feeling better and less alone! The better you feel, the better you speak.

There is a learned behavior associated with stuttering.
It is about more than controlling your lips or tenseness.
This book will actually show you what to do to begin dealing with stuttering in a way that works! It works!

Do you need some proof that the cutting edge ideas in this book work!!?

I used to stutter so badly and had so much shame about it that I would get in line at a restaurant for a meal and if someone got behind me in line I would get so nervous about stuttering that I would let them go first so I could have a chance to say what I wanted without holding up the line. Feeling humiliated hurt more than waiting in line until everybody was out of it. My thinking was that if less people heard me I would feel less humiliated. I wasted so much time doing this in more than one way.

Stop taking second seat to your own life. There is a mindset to healing yourself and regaining your rightful place as a dignified, happy and capable human being!

Through researching the many helpful resources in connection with stuttering I now have reached a place where I have a choice to access confidence and calm. This is of more value than than words can say. Stuttering could have kept me from doing what I really wanted (studying and playing and teaching music).

Stuttering is telling you something. This book will show you how to listen to it, learn the lesson it may have for you and then move on to better things to occupy your life with!!

Who am I to know all this about stuttering? I was the kid who cowered in the back of line for many years. I was the person who had many speech therapists and read many many books. I was told by one therapist that
I would always stutter. The information in this book lines up with a winners mindset. This is the information that worked and is working for me more than anything else I have tried.

And now?
I teach guitar for a living. I speak for up to 60 minutes at a time with nearly 30 students a week. I know what works and what doesn't when I'm in the heat of battle or have had a tough spell, I will reach for this book and it resets me and reminds me about what works! Am I 100% fluent? No, BUT I do something most 100% fluent people do not do. I talk all day for a living and on top of that, I also get up on stage, sing and play music while adding banter in between sets. Sure I still stutter now and again but mostly I know how to handle it and know exactly what to do if I want to be rid of it forever. Just keep on doing what I'm doing...most of it is in this book. Your attitude is everything! A bad attitude can defeat you before you even begin!

This book is right on the mark. The information in it aligns with everything I believe about overcoming this vicious circle of stuttering and anxiety. This book is informed and even recommended by many people who have also overcome stuttering.(Do a search for John C. Harrison and his stuttering hexagon.)

I've seen results in myself, results that I know to be true. Stutterers can overcome stuttering. There are several examples in this book of it as well. These are very real people who you can contact and chat with as well on the neurosemantics stuttering chat on yahoo.

This book works with most other techniques as well so there is no reason to hesitate to work it into your tool box. Buy whatever books you can about stuttering. But do get this one first and foremost as I honestly believe it is the closest to the winning spirit that I have ever read.

This book contains information straight from the newest technologies available. There is more to learning to feel good and confident about your speech than the physical movements of tongue, lips and breath.

There is so much more to stuttering than stuttering itself. This book addresses how to find out what is really going on. It will make you see stuttering in a way that may allow you to open the door and walk out of it.

All the best to you!
Umrdana
This is absolutely the best book I've read about stuttering. It digs deep into the root of stuttering. In it, I learned that the traditional physical therapy that I recieved as a child barely scratched the surface of my stuttering. I was so comfortable with the therapist and the enviroment where I recieved treatment that I never stuttered infront of him; therefore, he declared that I did not have a problem with stuttering. The problem was that I still stuttered in the outside world where I did not feel safe and secure. Dr. Bodenhamer provided me with the first real world techniques to apply in everyday life. A wonderful aside to the book is that he also has an online support group so that his readers can use to help each other and share their stories. I was impressed with how involved Dr. Bodenhamer is with the support group as well. EXCELLENT!
Vivaral
This is a contructive book for those who want to improve their speech! My speech has improved significantly when I effectively applied the principles written in this book. It is important for me to realise that stuttering is a learnt behaviour and there is hope for cure. What this book addresses is the fact that stutterers focus so much on what others would think of them rather than focus on what others say and the environment around. Like most stutterers, the fear of meeting new people and being in the middle of the attention i.e being asked of all sorts of questions can be freightening. I can now think of a few instances where this fear has diminished and I communicated near 100% fluency. I was able to look at the person asking me questions and not worrying about the other people standing around would think. When I was able to do that, I begin to step into the zone of how fluent people think.
JoJosho
Mastering Blocking And Stuttering: A Cognitive Approach to Achieving Fluency
I have long silently rated Bob Bodenhammer's work and this book when I found it last year was a joy. Written in Bob's professional and well practised manner, it not only looks at and discusses, blocking and stuttering, it also provides useful and appropriate solutions. Using the skills of Neuro Linguistic Programming to help reprogram thoughts and actions, even those well hidden ones it leads the user to a profound and lasting change. (I think only for use by the consummate professional to make the changes postively permanent). And still a useful book to indicate to the lay person how changes may be made.
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