Jane Harley, The Michael Palin Centre, UK

Jane Harley is a Clinical Lead at the Michael Palin Centre with responsibility for the service for young people and adults who stutter. She has a Post-graduate Diploma in Cognitive Therapy from the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre and an MSc in Psychological Counselling. She has training in Acceptance and Committment Therapy and an interest in the use of Mindfulness Meditation techniques with people who stammer.

Jane has co-authored a number of peer and non-peer reviewed, clinical and research publications. Her research interests include the effectiveness of therapy with young people who stutter. Jane regularly runs workshops both within the UK and internationally as part of the Michael Palin Centre teaching programme.

Talk Title: The role of attention in therapy for stuttering

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