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SUGGESTED READINGS Damour, L. (2023). The emotional life of teenagers: Raising connected, capable, and compassionate adolescents . Ballantine Books. For those who are broadly interested in adolescence, Dr Damour summarizes the science of adolescents’ emotional experiences and how adults involved in adolescents’ lives can effectively support them. Hallett, K., & Donelan, J. (2019). Trauma treatment toolbox for teens: 144 trauma-informed worksheets and exercises to promote resilience, growth, and healing . PESI Publishing & Media. This workbook provides practical worksheets that clinicians can use to help teens (not restricted to those who stutter) understand how their brain and body work and help them develop adaptive coping strategies. Hayes, L., & Ciarrochi, J. (2015). The thriving adolescent: Using acceptance and commitment therapy and positive psychology to help teens manage emotions, achieve goals, and build connection . New Harbinger.

Intended for therapists, counselors, and teachers, this book uses a strength-based approach to supporting adolescence as they navigate challenges. Hendrickson, J. (2023). Life on delay: Making peace with a stutter . Alfred A. Knopf. A raw memoir by journalist John Hendrickson who expertly weaves together his own experiences and voices from others in the field as he seeks closure on painful stuttering experiences dating back to his early childhood. Contains mature content, so recommended for those who are at least 18 years old. Preston, K. (2013). Out with it: How stuttering helped me find my voice . Atria Books. Another outstanding memoir, Katherine Preston takes readers on a journey from her search for a stuttering cure to ultimately embracing her stuttered voice and identity.

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