Therapy for school age children who stutter can be fun and meaningful.
Lexipontix is a structured intervention programme for school-age children who stutter. It was developed in Greece by two fluency specialists, George Fourlas and Dimitris Marousos.
The therapy programme is based on principles and practices of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Fluency Shaping and Stuttering Modification Therapy. Therapy is about exploring, understanding, experimenting, finding alternative ways of management, and aims at communication restructuring. Parents are actively involved throughout the programme.
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Workshops & Supervision
If you are an SLT interested to specialize in the Lexipontix programme see available workshops and supervision
Research & Publications
Research and Publications on the Lexipontix programme.
Working with Lexipontix
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Training Courses for Speech and Language Therapists