Continuing Education Courses

Clinical excellence is one of THERAPY 2000’s core values. as a benefit of joining Therapy 2000, you have access to live and on-demand, high-quality, free CE courses all year long!

WEBINAR – Navigating Assessment of Stuttering

Friday, May 3, 2024     |     9:00am – 12:15pm

CEU Hours: 3 CEUs approved by TSHA

Location: Webinar

Pricing & Registration: 

Facilitator: Robyn Martin, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-SCF

Robyn Martin is the Director of SLP Clinical Instruction for the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences MS-SLP program, Dallas, Texas. Robyn earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in speech-language pathology from Texas Christian University. She has practiced as a speech-language pathologist in public schools, the hospital setting, a pediatric outpatient clinic and in the university setting where she supervised graduate students in clinical practicum and taught fluency disorders and clinical graduate courses. She is a Board Certified Specialist in Stuttering, Cluttering and Fluency.

Robyn is a Past President for the Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association and is a past Vice-President of Educational and Scientific Affairs, past chair of the Leadership Academy and was a member of the Texas Speech-Language Foundation board. She also served on ASHA’s Committee on Nominations and ASHA’s Committee on Leadership Cultivation.


SLPs will learn how to assess preschoolers, school aged children and adolescents for stuttering. It will specifically target assessing the feelings and attitudes of children who stutter and how to effectively counsel the client and their caregivers. Conducting re-evaluations, caregiver involvement and using assessment results to develop treatment plans will be presented.


Following this course, participants will be able to:

1. List at least 3 assessment measures to assess attitudes and feelings of children who stutter.

2. Summarize at least 2 effective and evidence-based counseling techniques to use with a client/client’s family when discussing assessment results and a treatment plan.

3. Apply information from assessment results to development a treatment plan for children who stutter.


twitterfacebookgmailpintrestlinked inmessage
Skip to content