Publications

  • Patraka Ginsberg, A. & Wexler, K.B. Understanding Stuttering and Counseling Clients who Stutter. J. of Mental Health Counseling, 2000, 22, 228-239.
  • Schneier, F.R., Wexler, K.B. & Liebowitz, M.R. Social Phobia and Stuttering. American J. of Psychiatry, 1997, 1, 154.
  • Wexler, K.B. Developmental Disfluency in 2-, 4-, and 6-year Old Males in Neutral and \"Communicative Stress\" Situations (Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University, 1978). Dissertation Abstracts International, 1979, 39, 4836b (University Microfilms no. 7908672).
  • Wexler, K.B. Developmental Disfluency in 2-, 4-, and 6-year Old Males in Neutral and Stress Situations. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 1982, 6, 229-234.
  • Wexler, K.B. Evaluation of Behavior Therapy Approach to Stuttering. Unpublished manuscript, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1976.
  • Wexler, K.B. Multifaceted Stuttering Therapy With Maximized Client Input - A Model. In E.C.Healey & H.F.M.Peters (eds.). Second World Congress on Fluency Disorders, Proceedings. Nijmegen University Press, 1977, 300-302.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stutterers' Perceptions of Listener Reactions. Unpublished manuscript, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1976.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in Children and Adolescents, Part I. Emergency and Office Pediatrics, 1996, 9, 73-76.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in Children and Adolescents, Part II: Evaluation. Emergency and Office Pediatrics, 1996, 9, 147-150.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in Children and Adolescents, Part III: Therapy. Emergency and Office Pediatrics, 1997, 10, 14-19.
  • Wexler, K.B., Blau, A.F., Leslie, S.P., & Dore, J.J. Conversational Interaction of Nonspeaking Cerebral Palsied Individuals and Their Speaking Partners, With and Without Augmentative Communication Aids (Final Report). West Haverstraw, N.Y.: Helen Hayes Hospital, 1983.
  • Wexler, K.B., Dore, J.J., Blau, A.F., Leslie, S.P. Analysis of Conversational Interaction of Nonspeaking and Speaking Persons, With and Without Augmentative Communication Aids. Unpublished manuscript, 1983.
  • Wexler, K.B. & Mysak, E.D. Disfluency Characteristics of 2-, 4-, and 6-year Old Males. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 1982, 7, 37-46.

Presentations

  • Colburn, N. & Wexler, K.B. Language and Developmental Disfluency. Miniseminar presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, New York, April 1984.
  • Cooperman, D.K., Bloom, C.M., & Wexler, K.B. Clinical Forum on Stuttering Treatment. Short course presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Rochester, New York, April 1993.
  • Wexler, K.B. Aphasia. Lecture presented at College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, May 1978.
  • Wexler, K.B. Appreciation of the Emotional Aspects of Stuttering. Workshop presented to psychologists and speech-language pathologists, North Rockland School District, Garnerville, New York, May 1992.
  • Wexler, K.B. Assessment Issues/Assessment Questions. Forum at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, November 1997.
  • Wexler, K.B. Assessment of a Behavior Therapy Approach to Stuttering. Paper presented to the Rockland County Speech and Hearing Association, West Nyack, New York, April 1976.
  • Wexler, K.B. Augmentative Communication Systems for Non-Speaking Individuals. Lecture presented to Rockland and Westchester Chapters of Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, New York, June 1981.
  • Wexler, K.B. Childhood Stuttering. Lecture given as part of medical continuing education to attending pediatricians at Nyack Hospital, Nyack, New York, January 1991.
  • Wexler, K.B. A Client-Centered, Multifaceted/Holistic, and Eclectic Approach to Stuttering Evaluation and Therapy for Children and Adolescents. A two day workshop given to team of stuttering specialists from Helsingborg Hospital, Sweden, in Pomona, New York, and at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York, April 1997.
  • Wexler, K.B. A Client Empowerment Model of Stuttering Therapy for Adults and Adolescents. Presentation to participants in Stuttering Foundation of America's \"Stuttering Therapy: Workshop for Specialists\", Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, July 1993.
  • Wexler, K.B. Considerations in Speech Therapy. Presentation to graduate students in Speech-Language Pathology, at Queens College, Queens, New York, October 2001.
  • Wexler, K.B. Considerations Regarding Speech Therapy for Children who Stutter. Presentation to parents of children who stutter, members of self-help groups, and speech-language pathologists, at a symposium sponsored by the National Stuttering Project and Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, May 1995.
  • Wexler, K.B. Conversational Interaction of Non-Speaking Cerebral Palsied Individuals and Use of Communication Devices. Key note speech given at annual board of directors meeting, United Cerebral Palsy Research and Educational Foundation, New York, New York, November 1984.
  • Wexler, K.B. Defining Your Personal Goals, and Representing Progress Toward Them as Sun Rays. Workshop given twice at Speak Easy Symposium XVIII, Montvale, New Jersey, April, 1999.
  • Wexler, K.B. Designing Stuttering Therapy With You, For You: A Cooperative Approach Between the Therapist and the Person Who Stutters. Workshop given at Speak Easy Symposium XV, at Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, New Jersey, June 1996.
  • Wexler, K.B. Developmental Disfluency in 2-, 4-, and 6-Year Old Males. Paper presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, New York, May 1979.
  • Wexler, K.B. Dysfluency in Childhood. Lecture given as part of medical continuing education to attending pediatricians at Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, New York, January 1991.
  • Wexler, K.B. Enhancing Communication Through Technology. Paper presented to the New York Consortium on Technology and People with Disabilities, New York, New York, May 1986.
  • Wexler, K.B. Evaluation of a Behavior Therapy Approach to Stuttering. Paper presented to the Bergen County Speech and Hearing Association, Hackensack, New Jersey, June 1976.
  • Wexler, K.B. Evaluation of the Precision Fluency Shaping Program. Lecture presented to the department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York, November 1976.
  • Wexler, K.B. Fluency Development Among 2-, 4-, and 6-Year Old Males. Paper presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, New York, May 1979.
  • Wexler, K.B. Goals and Methods of Client-Emanated Stuttering Therapy. Presentation to Orange County Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Goshen, New York, March 1995.
  • Wexler, K.B. How Can We Make Stuttering Therapy for Public School Children Effective? Workshop presented to speech teachers, Board of Education, districts 1-6, New York, New York, February 1990.
  • Wexler, K.B. Kommunicering Mellan Gravt Talhandikappade Och Talande Manniskor. Lecture given at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, May 1983.
  • Wexler, K.B. Making Stuttering Therapy as Effective as Possible. Miniseminar presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Kiamesha Lake, New York, April 1989.
  • Wexler, K.B. Quality Assurance. Paper presented to the Language-Speech-Hearing Association of Rockland County, Blauvelt, New York, February 1981.
  • Wexler, K.B. Rehabilitation of the Stroke Patient. Lecture presented at the yearly seminar of the American Cancer Society, Orange-Sullivan Chapter, Middletown, New York, May 1976.
  • Wexler, K.B. Self-Esteem and Coping Strategies for Children who Stutter. Presentation to parents of children who stutter, members of self-help groups, and speech-language pathologists, at a symposium sponsored by the National Stuttering Project and Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, June 1996.
  • Wexler, K.B. Self-Help/Mutual Aid and Speech Therapy. Presentation to public in honor of National Stuttering Awareness Week, Speak Easy of Paramus, New Jersey, May 1998.
  • Wexler, K.B. Strategies for a Person Who Stutters: Feeling Good as a Speaker and Communicator. Workshop given at Speak Easy Symposium, Saddlebrook, New Jersey, April 2003.
  • Wexler, K.B. Students Who Stutter: Practical Strategies for Professionals and Support Personnel. Workshop to Orange-Ulster Boces, Goshen, New York, May 2000.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering: Practical Strategies for the School-Based SLP. Workshop to SLPS at Southern Westchester Boces, Elmsford, New York, October 1999.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy Methods. Continuing education for SLPS of Orange-Ulster Boces and West Point School, Goshen, New York, February - May 1999.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering and Emotions. Workshop presented to psychologists and speech-language pathologists, East Ramapo School District, Spring Valley, New York, June 1992.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering and Normal Dysfluency. Presentation at Pediatric Grand Rounds at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York, February 1997.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy Designed With the Client, for the Client. Presentation at the 1996 annual convention of the New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association, East Brunswick, New Jersey, May 1996.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy Designed with You, for You. Presentation at the 4th World Congress for People Who Stutter, Linkoping, Sweden, July 1995.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy Emanating From the Person Who Stutters. Presentation at the 4th World Congress for People Who Stutter, Linkoping, Sweden, July 1995.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy for School-Aged Children. A two day workshop given to a team of stuttering specialists from Stockholm & Falun, Sweden, in Pomona, New York, and at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York, October 2001.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy - How do I Find the Right Approach for Me? Presentation to the Manhattan chapter of the National Stuttering Project, New York, New York, May 1995.
  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy, This Clinician's Approach. Presentation to Les Orthophonistes Associes during their visit in the US, at Teachers College, Columbia University, April 1996.
  • Wexler, K.B. Teenagers who Stutter - Their Special Problems and What We can do for Them. Workshop presented to speech teachers of Manhattan and Queens high schools, New York, New York, June 1992.
  • Wexler, K.B. This Clinician's Approach to Stuttering Therapy. Presentation to graduate students in Speech-Language Pathology, at Queens College, Queens, New York, October 1994.
  • Wexler, K.B., Blau, A.F., & Dore, J.J. The Non-Vocal/Vocal Dyad: An Analysis of Conversational Functions. Short course presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Toronto, Canada, November 1982.
  • Wexler, K.B., Blau, A.F., & Dore, J.J. A Pragmatic View of How Non-Vocal and Vocal Persons Communicate. Short course presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, New York, April 1982.
  • Wexler, K.B., Cooperman, D.K, Bloom, C.M., & Slav. Success in Stuttering Therapy: Case Studies. Miniseminar presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Kiamesha Lake, New York, April 1992.
  • Wexler, K.B., Dore, J.J., & Blau, A.F. Conversational Functions of the Non-Vocal/Vocal Dyad. Miniseminar presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, New York, April 1983.
  • Wexler, K.B., et. al. Quality Assurance: Don't Get Caught with Your Pants Down. Miniseminar presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, New York, April 1982.
  • Wexler, K.B., & Leslie, S.P. Pragmatic Analysis of Non-Vocal Communication. Short course presented at the 1981 ASHA Regional Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 1981.
  • Wexler, K.B., & Leslie, S.P. A System of Analysis for Non-Vocal Communication. Short course presented at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, New York, April 1981.
  • Wexler, K.B., and Zeitlin, D. Strategies for Living: Augmentative Communication Systems for Non-Vocal Persons. Workshop given at conference for the International Year of Disabled Persons, Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, New York, October 1981.

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