Have stuttering/cluttering in adults treated by a speech therapist

Stuttering and cluttering can lead to significant impairments in everyday life, both professionally and privately. Individual therapy can help to improve coherence and self-confidence in dealing with other people.

In our speech therapy practice in Düsseldorf, we offer professional treatment for stuttering and cluttering that is tailored to the individual case.

Effective treatment by speech therapists

In our therapy you will learn special techniques to improve speech fluency and rhythm. We use a combination of speech and voice exercises as well as breathing and relaxation exercises. The aim of the therapy is to strengthen self-awareness and self-control when speaking, to reduce fears and to promote self-confidence.

When treating clutter, special attention is paid to regulating the rate and volume of speech. Together with the patient, it is worked out which statements are considered appropriate and which are not. A controlled way of speaking is promoted through the training of breathing, articulation and prosody.

In our practice in Düsseldorf, we offer individual treatment that is tailored to the needs of each patient. Successful therapy depends on various factors, such as the severity of the disorder and individual learning progress. Our experienced speech therapists are at your side and accompany you on your way to improved speech ability.

If you suffer from stuttering or cluttering, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are at your disposal for a personal consultation and will work with you to develop an individual therapy plan. Contact us today to take the first step towards successful treatment.

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Characteristics of stuttering/cluttering in adults

Stuttering and stuttering are disorders of speech fluency that can vary in severity in adults. Some common characteristics that may appear in adult stuttering and cluttering are:

  • Repetition of sounds, syllables, words or whole sentences
  • Prolongations of sounds or syllables
  • Blockages where the affected person is unable to pronounce the next sound or word
  • Audible or visible effort when speaking
  • Avoidance behaviors in which the affected person avoids certain words or situations in order not to stutter or stutter
  • Accompanying symptoms such as anxiety or stress when speaking
  • Limitations in communication and social activities because of the stuttering or stuttering problem

It is important to note that the symptoms of stuttering and cluttering can vary from person to person and the severity of the disorder can vary from mild to severe. An individual diagnosis is necessary to determine the severity of the disorder and to plan an individual therapy.

duration of treatment

The length of treatment for stuttering or cluttering in adults varies depending on the severity, individual needs, and progress of the patient during therapy. A therapy session usually lasts between 45 and 60 minutes and should take place weekly or every two weeks.

The duration of treatment itself can last from several months to a year or more, depending on how quickly the patient progresses. Long-term follow-up care and regular sessions can help ensure that the patient is permanently free of his or her stuttering or stuttering problem.

The success of the therapy also depends on the patient’s motivation and cooperation, as well as on the therapist’s ability to design an individually adapted treatment and to respond to the patient’s needs.

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