I have put these two topics together, as I have found that although Stammering and Stuttering are two very different behaviours, the way to address them are actually very similar.
At times clients may want help as they have a pending job interview and when under pressure, their stammer or stutter increases. At other times, the client has just had enough of no longer trusting themselves to speak out loud, so instead, don’t.
This is not how it needs to be any longer.
Clients generally find that their symptoms either go completely or reduce in certain situations i.e. when they are alone, when they sing, or when they are with family or friends. They have also noticed that the symptoms can increase when under different situations such as with people they don’t know, under pressure, on the telephone etc.
Does this resonate with you?
If the symptoms of your Stammering or Stuttering change in different circumstances, then this means it is not just physical but instead psychological.
There are two ways of addressing this.
One is to focus purely on the symptom of you stammering or stuttering. For example, if this is worse when you are stressed, then I will use Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy to relax you and then show you some self-hypnosis techniques that you can use when needed.
The second option is to address the root cause of you Stammering or Stuttering and not just the symptom. This is like going for the roots of the weed as opposed to removing the parts you can only see.
Personally, I feel it is best to merge both of these options. As you are unique and the causes will also be unique to you, my approach will be tailored and bespoke.
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I look forward to hearing from you soon.