KarinWexler
Karin B. Wexler

Works

Publications and Presentations

 

Publications

Dr. Karin Wexler has published numerous articles on e.g., normal disfluency, fluency development, stuttering, and communicative interaction. Below are some of her writings:

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. Stuttering in children and adolescents, Part IEmergency and Office Pediatrics, 1996, 9, 73-76. Reprinted with permission at www.stutteringhomepage.com. Search “Wexler”.

Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in children and adolescents, Part II: EvaluationEmergency and Office Pediatrics, 1996, 9, 147-150. Reprinted with permission at www.stutteringhomepage.com.  Search “Wexler”.

Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in children and adolescents, Part III: TherapyEmergency and Office Pediatrics, 1997, 10, 14-19. Reprinted with permission at www.stutteringhomepage.com.  Search “Wexler”.

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 stutteringAmerican J. of Psychiatry, 1997, 1, 154. 


Presentations (Selected Samples):

  • Colburn, N. & Wexler, K.B. Language and Developmental Disfluency. Mini-seminar, New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, NY, April 1984.

  • Cooperman, D.K., Bloom, C.M., & Wexler, K.B. Clinical Forum on Stuttering Treatment. Short course, New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Rochester, NY, April 1993.

  • Wexler, K.B. Appreciation of the Emotional Aspects of Stuttering. Workshop to psychologists and speech-language pathologists, North Rockland School District, Garnerville, NY, May 1992.

  • Wexler, K.B. Assessment of a Behavior Therapy Approach to Stuttering. Invited presentation, Rockland County Speech and Hearing Association, West Nyack, NY, April 1976.

  • Wexler, K.B. Childhood Stuttering. Medical continuing education lecture to attending pediatricians, Nyack Hospital, Nyack, NY, January 1991.

  • Wexler, K.B. A Client-Centered, Multifaceted/Holistic, and Eclectic Approach to Stuttering Evaluation and Therapy for Children and Adolescents. Invited two-day workshop to a team of stuttering specialists from Helsingborg Hospital, Sweden, as part of their grant-funded educational visit to the U.S., given in Pomona, NY, and at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, April 1997.

  • Wexler, K.B. A Client Empowerment Model of Stuttering Therapy for Adults and Adolescents. Invited presentation to participants in Stuttering Foundation of America's "Stuttering Therapy: Workshop for Specialists" course, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, July 1993.

  • Wexler, K.B. Considerations Regarding Speech Therapy for Children who Stutter. Invited presentation to parents of children who stutter, members of self-help groups, and speech-language pathologists, sponsored by the National Stuttering Project and Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, May 1995.

  • Wexler, K.B. Conversational Interaction of Non-Speaking Cerebral Palsied Individuals and Use of Communication Devices. Invited key note address at annual board of directors meeting, United Cerebral Palsy Research and Educational Foundation, New York, NY, November 1984.

  • Wexler, K.B. Defining Your Personal Goals, and Representing Progress Toward Them as Sun Rays. Invited workshop, Speak Easy Symposium, Montvale, NJ, April, 1999.

  • Wexler, K.B. Designing Stuttering Therapy With You, For You: A Cooperative Approach Between the Therapist and the Person Who Stutters. Invited workshop, Speak Easy Symposium, Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, NJ, June 1996.

  • Wexler, K.B. Developmental Disfluency in 2-, 4-, and 6-Year Old Males. Paper, New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, NY, May 1979.

  • Wexler, K.B. Dysfluency in Childhood. Medical continuing education lecture to attending pediatricians at Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, NY, January 1991.

  • Wexler, K.B. Evaluation of a Behavior Therapy Approach to Stuttering. Invited presentation to the Bergen County Speech and Hearing Association, Hackensack, NJ, June 1976.

  • Wexler, K.B. Evaluation of the Precision Fluency Shaping Program. Lecture to the department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, 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, NY, May 1979.

  • Wexler, K.B. Goals and Methods of Client-Emanated Stuttering Therapy. Invited presentation to Orange County Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Goshen, NY, March 1995.

  • Wexler, K.B. Happier by Using Your Strengths: Focusing on What is Strong Rather Than on What Is Wrong.  Invited workshop, Speak Easy International Symposium, Fairfield, NJ, May 2017.

  • Wexler, K.B. How Can We Make Stuttering Therapy for Public School Children Effective? Invited workshop for speech teachers, Board of Education, districts 1-6, New York, NY, February 1990.

  • Wexler, K.B. Making Stuttering Therapy as Effective as Possible. Mini-seminar, New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Kiamesha Lake, NY, April 1989..

  • Wexler, K.B. Positivity and Stuttering. Invited keynote address at Speak Easy Symposium, Fairfield, NJ, April 2016.

  • Wexler, K.B. Self-Esteem and Coping Strategies for Children who Stutter. Invited presentation to parents of children who stutter, members of self-help groups, and speech-language pathologists, sponsored by the National Stuttering Project and Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, June 1996.

  • Wexler, K.B. Self-Help/Mutual Aid and Freedom of Speech. Invited keynote address at Speak Easy Symposium, Saddle Brook, NJ, April 2004.  

  • Wexler, K.B. Strategies for a Person Who Stutters: Feeling Good as a Speaker and Communicator. Invited workshop, Speak Easy Symposium, Saddle Brook, NJ, April 2003.

  • Wexler, K.B. Students Who Stutter: Practical Strategies for Professionals and Support Personnel. Invited workshop, Orange-Ulster BOCES, Goshen, NY, May 2000.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering - For Pediatricians – Evidence-Based Care. Invited pediatric Chief of  Service Lecture, Department of Pediatrics, New York Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY, September 2013.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in Children and Adolescents – For Pediatricians. Invited presentation at Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital, New York Presbyterian, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, September, 2009.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in Children and Adolescents – What Pediatricians Need to Know. Continuing medical education presentation to pediatricians in Child & Adolescent Services, White Plains Hospital Center, White Plains, NY, November 2008. 

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering: Practical Strategies for the School-Based SLP. Workshop to SLPs at Southern Westchester BOCES, Elmsford, NY, October 1999.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy Methods. Continuing education, eight half-days, for SLPs of Orange-Ulster BOCES and West Point School, Goshen, NY, February - May 1999.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering and Emotions. Workshop to psychologists and speech-language pathologists, East Ramapo School District, Spring Valley, NY, June 1992.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering and Normal Dysfluency. Invited presentation, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Lenox Hill Hospital, NY, New York, February 1997.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy Designed With the Client, for the Client. Invited short course, annual convention of the New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association, East Brunswick, NJ, 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. An invited two-day workshop for a team of stuttering specialists from Stockholm & Falun, Sweden, in Pomona, NY, and at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, October 2001.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy - How do I Find the Right Approach for Me? Invited presentation, Manhattan chapter of the National Stuttering Project, New York, NY, May 1995.

  • Wexler, K.B. Stuttering Therapy, This Clinician's Approach. Presentation to Les Orthophonistes Associés at their educational tour from France to the US, at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, April 1996.

  • Wexler, K.B. Teenagers who Stutter - Their Special Problems and What We can Do for Them. Invited workshop to speech teachers of Manhattan and Queens high schools, New York, NY, June 1992.

  • Wexler, K.B. This Clinician's Approach to Stuttering Therapy. Invited presentation to graduate students in Speech-Language Pathology, Queens College, Queens, NY, October 1994.

  • Wexler, K.B., Cooperman, D.K, Bloom, C.M., & Slavin. Successes in Stuttering Therapy: Case Studies. Mini-seminar, New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Kiamesha Lake, NY, April 1992.

  • Wexler, K.B., et. al. Quality Assurance: Don't Get Caught with Your Pants Down. Invited mini-seminar, New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Ellenville, NY, April 1982.