Part I: Chapter 1: Helping Parents Learn about Stuttering in Children: Information For Clinicians, Students, and Parents. Chapter 2: Strategies for Counseling Parents of Children who Stutter. Chapter 3: Strategies for Assessment of Fluency Disorders. Chapter 4: Strategies for Developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Chapter 5: Working with Teachers. Chapter 6: Basic Therapy Skills: Using Games and Other Activities in Therapy. Chapter 7: Direct and Indirect Therapy for Preschool Children. Chapter 8: Strategies for Teaching Normal Speech Production and Fluency-Enhancing Techniques. Chapter 9: Strategies for Desensitization and Teaching Stuttered Speech Production. Chapter 10: Strategies for Modifying Stuttered Speech. Chapter 11: Transfer and Maintenance. Chapter 12: Strategies for Cluttering Evaluation and Therapy. Chapter 13: Explaining the Progress of Treatment and Recovery to Children and Parents. Part II: Goal 1: Parent and Other Caregiver Involvement. Goal 2: Teacher and Peer Education. Goal 3: Success in Working with Young Children. Goal 4: Determining What is Interfering with Normal Speech Production. Goal 5: Establishing Fluency Through Increasingly Longer and More Complex Stimuli. Goal 6: Facilitating Adequate Breath support. Goal 7: Controlling Speaking Rate. Goal 8: Establishing Light Articulatory Contact and Movements. Goal 9: Facilitation of Oral-Motor Planning and Coordination. Goal 10: Desensitization Intervention. Goal 11: Reduction of Avoidance Behaviors. Goal 12: Modification of the Stuttering Moment. Goal 13: Facilitation of Development of Self-Awareness and Self-Monitoring Skills, as They Relate to Fluency. Goal 14: Facilitation of a Positive Attitude Toward Communication and Improved Self-Confidence in Communicative Competence. Goal 15: Transfer and Maintenance of Fluency into Everyday Speaking Situations. Goal 16: Cluttering Therapy. Appendix: Reproducible Handouts in English and Spanish for Use in Clinical Practice. Index.