Craig Gorman Speech Pathologist

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Craig Gorman Speech Pathologist Speech Pathology experts fully understand the psychological and anxiety-related aspects of stuttering, so they know to accompany their extensive physiological treatments with discussion and approach of the condition’s mental aspects. The work of Craig Gorman has included in-depth and wide-ranging treatment of patients with stuttering issues, as an example of how trained and established Speech Pathologists can help those with stuttering.

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Craig Gorman has over 25 years experience in all aspects of the profession. Craig is the proud father of three wonderful children, Laura, James and Christian and feels that the most precious experiences of all are those of family.


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The process of improving one’s listening skills is intensive and life-long. One can’t learn to become an excellent listener in a day, and it requires real-life experience and interaction with others. Even speech pathologists, whose job is to help people to communicate, need to hone and develop their listening skills to better serve their patients.


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24-Apr-2013

Craig Gorman Speech Pathology

Speech Pathology experts fully understand the psychological and anxiety-related aspects of stuttering, so they know to accompany their extensive physiological treatments with discussion and approach of the condition’s mental aspects. The work of Craig Gorman has included in-depth and wide-ranging treatment of patients with stuttering issues, as an example of how trained and established Speech Pathologists can help those with stuttering.


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24-Apr-2013

Craig Gorman Speech Therapist

The process of improving one’s listening skills is intensive and life-long. One can’t learn to become an excellent listener in a day, and it requires real-life experience and interaction with others. Even speech pathologists, whose job is to help people to communicate, need to hone and develop their listening skills to better serve their patients.


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24-Apr-2013

Craig Gorman Speech Therapy

Importance should be attributed to how different it is to actually listen to what someone is expressing, rather than just hear their words. It’s also vital when responding to talk with others, rather than talking to them – to actually take on board what they’ve said and respond in kind.