Depression, fear, and anxiety are just some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that often accompany a problem with stuttering. This is a body-mind-spirit approach to stopping stuttering, with the understanding that stuttering is often self-created as a child in response to something going on in your life at the time it started.
The key to stopping stuttering is the interesting process of changing your thoughts and eliminating the ones that brought on the stuttering in the first place, once we determine what they are.
Thought is just a form of energy and any thought you create you can also uncreate.
It's not easy and it takes real dedication, but it you truly want to stop stuttering you have to be willing to work very hard.
The Spiritual concept is that if one person can do it, others can do it as well because we're all made the same with the same parts, and if there's nothing physically wrong with any of them, there's no reason why you can't get better.
In life we seek perfection knowing we often have to settle for less!
There is a workbook and a set of powerful positive affirmations that are used to help change our thoughts, almost like a form of self-hypnosis, the way without even realizing it, you learn the words to a song by hearing it over and over again.
The approach is a cognitive one, meaning it's all about thought, and that's what makes it so interesting.
For people living in the NYC area, Dr. Gurian can see you in person. He is located in Manhattan. For people out of town as far away as London or Israel, he usually works on Skype. Most sessions are weekly for maximum effectiveness, but can be scheduled according to a person's preference.
The first step is sending Dr. Gurian a detailed e-mail to email@example.com with information about yourself, how long you've been stuttering, where you live, what kind of work you do, and what type of treatment if any you have tried and how it worked out for you.
Dr. Gurian welcomes questions from potential patients, and often answers e-mails the same day. Just write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember only another stutterer knows what it's like to stutter. Only another stutterer knows the pain and the humiliation many stutterers face on a daily basis.