Martha’s services are uniquely designed to help new and experienced SLPs deliver evidence-based and neurodiversity-affirming therapy for children who stutter. Martha is passionate about delivering digestible information about stuttering and preparing SLPs to implement new therapy ideas with their students right away. The information she shares is not only grounded in research and clinical experience but also highlights the perspectives of people who stutter.
Martha is now booking speaking engagements, training sessions, and continuing education opportunities. Reach out to inquire about booking using the contact form below.
Training & Continuing Education
Martha delivers engaging presentations about stuttering in a variety of speaking formats. She accepts bookings for keynotes, presentations, panels, and seminars that center around stuttering and evidence-based speech therapy methods.
Martha provides in-depth training and continuing education courses to share the most up-to-date research, perspectives, and clinical developments related to stuttering. Her trainings are designed to educate, empower, and equip SLPs to serve their students who stutter with confidence.
Past Speaking Engagements
Redefining Stuttering Conference - XCeptional Ed
Utilizing Fun Websites to Facilitate Functional Conversation with School-aged Children Who Stutter (co-presented with Erik Raj)
Time to Redefine Stuttering Therapy Panel (co-presented with John Gomez, Erik Raj, and Uri Schneider)
Ask the Experts Panel (co-presented with J. Scott Yaruss) - SimplePractice
Pollen Magazine - SimplePractice
Interested in booking Martha for your next event or education opportunity? Please fill out the form below to get in touch.
Martha offers 1-on-1 consultations for SLPs to review and discuss evaluations, therapy, and client-specific situations. Consultation sessions may include focused discussions pertaining to stuttering etiology, research, evaluation, and treatment. Martha’s goal is to offer fellow therapists actionable ideas that they can implement in their speech rooms the very next day.