Update and PFSP Information
Wow, have I been slacking lately! ;-)
Somebody sent me an email this evening asking where he could find more information on PFSP. After I finished my ussual overly verbose reply, I realised I should actually post it on my blog.
But while I'm here, I suppose I should update you on my current status. I still don't practice as much as I should, but I do still practice. My transfers are inconsistent, but things like the drive through, have become an almost daily event ... it's not something I think about too much any more.
I had originally planned to stop the blog after a year had passed, which would have been October 17th. But I still have a few things I want to say, so I'm going to wait until I have the time to say it. Then I'll end the blog officially.
Anyway; Info on PFSP.
The program I took was at the Speech Foundation of Ontario
The program was originally created by Ronald Webster
Ross Barrett runs a similar program in the states.
Also; Judy Kuster has a lot of links and may have more detailed information. Or you can Google her site (pfsp OR "fluency shaping" OR "P.F.S.P.") site:mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/
If you still can't find anything, you might want to contact Tom Weidig, he probably knows of a link.
Not meant as advice, please find a qualified therapist if you are interested in similar therapy.