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Martha Speech & Consulting gives SLPs the confidence and tools they need to deliver effective stuttering therapy.

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Martha Horrocks, MEd CCC-SLP

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SLP Materials

Materials

Resources & Support for SLPs

Resources &
Support for SLPs

Martha’s custom-made therapy materials bridge the gap between education and application. Each product is full of engaging, ready-to-use, and effective activities for school-based SLPs and their students who stutter. Therapy materials can be found on Teachers Pay Teachers and Boom Learning. And stay tuned...Martha has an exciting new stuttering project launching soon! 

Martha has a wealth of knowledge and resources for SLPs and SLPAs who are looking to advance their knowledge and increase their confidence when it comes to stuttering. She has spent years compiling helpful organizations, websites, support groups, and conferences to share with practicing clinicians. 

Training & Continuing Education

Training &
Continuing Education

Speaking & Consulting

Speaking &
Consulting

Martha’s courses go beyond theory, offering actionable methods that SLPs can use right away in their stuttering therapy sessions. Her dual background in teaching and speech therapy enables her to share concepts in an organized and impactful way.

Martha’s accessible presentations are not only grounded in research and clinical experience, but they also highlight the perspectives of people who stutter. Listeners will walk away with an improved understanding of stuttering and implementable ideas for stuttering therapy.

Meet Martha

Martha Horrocks, MEd, CCC-SLP

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Martha Horrocks, MEd, CCC-SLP is licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist in Maine. She founded Martha Speech & Consulting to make a greater impact on SLPs and their students who stutter, all around the world. Her passions lie in educating professionals about stuttering, supporting verbal diversity, fostering positive stuttering identities, and refining the role of speech therapy in the lives of people who stutter.

Martha Horrocks, MEd, CCC-SLP