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1) Is the person leading the course accountable to any registered professional body which is bound by a code of ethics? This is particularly important regarding therapies for children. Method 3 Seeing a Speech Therapist 1 Don't be afraid to see a speech therapist if things are bad. However, continuing to avoid dealing with stuttering due to denial or a hope or belief that it might simply "go away" tends to make our problems worse, not better. Taro is an actor who has been in STOMP and Law and Order. 2011 Oct;111(10):576-80.Howell P; Signs of developmental stuttering up to age eight and at 12 plus. As mentioned above, the search for a cure for stammering may be a particular issue for you if you had some NHS speech therapy when you were younger but did not manage to achieve or maintain the level of fluency you were hoping for. It gave me more optimism and now I can try it out - David Hany This article helped by just telling what to do, how to do it, and when to do it. The Stuttering Association for the Young (SAY) Are comprised of young people who stutter ages 8-19, who study acting, singing, playwriting, drumming and dance with professional artists. If you can put a little bit of rhythm into your speech (give it an oratory quality, like Martin Luther King, Jr.) you might find that your stutter has lessened or even gone away. Family genetics are relevant in some cases - someone with stammering in the family seems more likely to develop their own stammer.