© 2016 by Megann McGill

CURRENT PROJECTS

Telepractice Assessment & Treatment

The PSU Stuttering Laboratory is currently investigating the validity and reliability of conducting a comprehensive stuttering assessment via telepractice (i.e., using web conferencing software). Telepractice or telehealth is a quickly growing field within the domain of speech-language pathology evaluation and intervention. If you are interested in participating in this research study, please email us at PSUStuttering@gmail.com.

Telepractice research is funded by the Oregon Scottish Rite and by a PSU Faculty Development Grant awarded to Dr. McGill. Thus, our assessment and treatment services are offered at no cost to the client.

Telepractice treatment is offered as a service delivery protocol - both individual and group sessions are provided.

Clinical Research Program

The PSU Stuttering Lab is currently recruiting for a clinical research program with children, adolescents, and adults who stutter. Our clinical research focuses on stuttering modification, fluency shaping, and acceptance of stuttering. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more or enrolling in our clinical research program. 

The Chat Retreat is a weekend event for adults who stutter whose mission is to inspire confidence and build community. The Chat Retreat will take place at Camp Cascade on May 4-6, 2018 and costs $100. Email CHATRetreat@gmail.com for additional information. 

Multicultural Perceptions of Stuttering

Research projects related to perceptions of persons who stutter at the PSU Stuttering Lab currently include examining the use of self-disclosure statements and exploring the role of culture in stuttering assessment and treatment. If you are a speech-language pathologist who is interested in learning more about best practices for serving culturally and linguistically diverse populations, please contact us. 

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