A REVIEW OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF PERSONAL CONSTRUCT PSYCHOLOGY TO STAMMERING THERAPY
In the wake of Fransella's (1972) seminal application of Kellyian ideas to the understanding of stammering, the impact of personal construct psychology (PCP) upon speech and language therapists working in this area has been significant. This article reviews the literature and considers the developments in the management of stammering wrought through the application of PCP. A number of key issues relating to the meshing of traditional speech therapy methods and PCP are discussed and these are illustrated further by a specific personal clinical experience.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Leeds Community & Mental Health Trust, Leeds, U.K. 2: University of Sheffield Hallam & Sheffield University, Sheffield, U.K.
Publication date: July 1, 2001