IFA Congresses

Keynote Speaker Article

Welcome to our exciting line-up of keynote speakers:

Dr Bruce Wampold speaking on the topic of "The Social Bases of Healing"; a panel led by Dr Florence Myers discussing the conceptualization of cluttering; Dr Koichi Mori talking about use of cognitive behavioral therapy with adults and adolescents who stutter in a group therapy setting; and Annie Bradberry and Dr Mitchell Trichon speaking on the topic of "Nurturing Partnerships and Cooperation in Our Stuttering/Cluttering World". 

See below for more details including abstracts and learning outcomes.

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Social Program

Please see below for details of the social program. Registration is now closed, but as you will see below, some of the newly added social events can be booked and paid for at the congress. We have created a varied program of events, but hope that delegates will also socialize informally in small and large groups, exploring and enjoying Hiroshima together! Places can be booked on all social events for friends and family members as well as delegates themselves.

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2015 International Fluency Congress Proceedings

Proceedings of the 2015 International Fluency Congress

Lisbon, Portugal

Foreword

by Rod Gabel, Chair of Research and Publications Committee

Anyone who has attended an International Fluency Congress comes away energized by the experience. The opportunities to interact with others who are so passionate about understanding and treating stuttering are invaluable. Meeting with other researchers and clinicians from so many different countries is motivating. This is such a great opportunity to learn about stuttering, develop new research ideas, and to make important professional contacts.

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JFD

Journal of Fluency DisordersBrowse the current issue
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