Research participants wanted

It is generally accepted that stammering is a complex and interesting phenomenon with different aspects and many unknowns. There is a growing recognition of the need to gain a deeper understanding of stammering from the perspective of the person who stammers. The aim of the study is to increase understanding of the experiences of adults who stammer. The study aims to inform Counselling Psychology practice and research and to contribute to the development of therapeutic interventions.

Triona Lanigan is looking for people to take part in her study “A life story approach to understanding the experiences of adults who stammer”.

The research is being conducting as part of a Doctoral Degree in Counselling Psychology. The research is being supervised by Prof. Barbara Hannigan who is a core staff member on the Doctorate in Counselling Psychology programme at Trinity College Dublin.

You can contact Triona on lanigac@tcd.ie

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