par Marvaud, J.;Estienne, Françoise;Bijleveld, Henny
Référence ANAE. Approche neuropsychologique des apprentissages chez l'enfant, 26, 130, page (258-264)
Publication Publié, 2014-10
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Intervening early when a child starts to stutter is an optical increasingly widespread this view manifests itself notably by three approaches. Parent counselling (Simon), the parent-child interactive therapy (Kelman), the Lidcombe program in France, Belgium (Boucand and Stuyvaert) and the Netherlands (Franken). These interventions are effective. However, they raise many questions and thoughts that are the subject of these "viewpoints" between J. Matvaud, F. Estienne and H. Bijleveld..