Cluttering : a treatment guidebook for clinicians


Cluttering : a treatment guidebook for clinicians

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dc.contributor.advisor Byrd, Courtney T.
dc.creator Karger, Stephanie Michelle 2011-02-17T20:54:02Z 2011-02-17T20:54:11Z 2011-02-17T20:54:02Z 2011-02-17T20:54:11Z 2010-12 2011-02-17 December 2010
dc.description.abstract This report was developed to 1) examine current evidence-based research for cluttering therapy and 2) consider additional research outside of the field that may be of benefit for cluttering clients. It defines the disorder and briefly discusses its key characteristics. Treatment considerations reviewed include: slowed rate, heightened monitoring, using clear speech, using organized language, interacting with listeners, speaking naturally, and reducing excessive disfluencies. The typical approaches that have been used with clutterers as well as approaches that have been used with other disordered populations that address the key treatment considerations are discussed.
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.subject Cluttering
dc.subject Treatment strategies
dc.title Cluttering : a treatment guidebook for clinicians 2011-02-17T20:54:12Z
dc.contributor.committeeMember Hampton, Elizabeth
dc.description.department Communication Sciences and Disorders
dc.type.genre thesis
dc.type.material text Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Sciences and Disorders University of Texas at Austin Masters Master of Arts

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