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ENJOY A LIFETIME OF FLUENCY

The only VR community for people that stutter.

If you’ve struggled with your speech and have tried many therapies with limited success, such as hypnosis, a few anti-stuttering devices like speech easy earpieces, all with limited success. Perhaps you have started and stopped speech therapy programs multiple times, anxiety medications, psychoanalysis, and other forms of psychotherapy, NLP, or used your own techniques. Maybe you tried to do it by watching videos on Youtube or have been attempting breathing exercises such as diaphragmatic breathing techniques, costal breathing, airflow techniques, or singing while talking. If you have tried multiple therapies of all kinds with limited success or no effect at all then virtual reality backed by research for overcoming stuttering is what you’ve been waiting for all your life.

Here is why…

VRET is one of the most effective and safe methods of exposure therapy to date and combining VRET with methods to benefit those who stutter and treat those with social anxiety.

The results have shown the participant’s becoming anxious within the VRET and their anxiety levels decreasing over repeated sessions.

Participants have also shown improvement concerning their speech, which they will be able to relate to in a real-life situation.

Sound fake? Here is proof

Gareth Victor Walkom

Stuttering involves affective (e.g., fear of public speaking, speech-related anxiety), behavioral (e.g., sound/syllable repetitions, avoidance behaviors) and cognitive processes (e.g., awareness of one’s stuttering, knowledge of stuttering). Affective, behavioral, and cognitive aspects of various disorders have been successfully treated using VR-augmented treatment.

Sound fake? Here is proof

Brundage SB1, Graap K, Gibbons KF, Ferrer M, Brooks J.

A lot of people who stutter will acknowledge that as they become more anxious or nervous, they tend to stutter more frequently and intensely. On the contrary, when they are home alone, calm, and talking to their pet dog, they speak absolutely perfectly.

This, in large part, is due to that little voice in their head.

Having the ability to control and change that voice in your head to something more empowering rather than negative, can make all the difference in the world for a person who stutters.

Aleksandar Tomic

Study shows PWS earn less in their careers. what can you do about it?

If you’re a person with a stutter, you’re probably afraid you’ll miss out on a lot of opportunities in life. The relationship that you want, the career you wish to have, the friendship you want to foster, or the big dream that you have. But your stuttering is holding you back. Unfortunately, it is not only holding you back from the things you want most in your life, but it is also holding you back from potential earnings of over $355,000 of unrealized lifetime earnings when compared to a person without a stutter. And if you are a high performer, you are potentially looking at over 10 x $355, 000 of unrealized earnings over your lifetime. As a person with a stutter, you are potentially losing over $355,000 in lifetime earnings because of the unfortunate difficulties faced in the workplace and in your career.

  • Percentage of PWS less likely to be employed** 13% 13%
  • Percentage of PWS less likely to be participating in the labor force** 8% 8%
  • Percentage of PWS earning less in hourly earnings** 14% 14%
  • Percentage of Male PWS earning less in hourly earnings** 20.2% 20.2%
  • Percentage of Male PWS more likely to receive public assistance** 14% 14%

The Impact of Stuttering on Adult Labor Market Outcomes (Hope Gerlach, Evan Totty, Anu Subramanian, & Tricia Zebrowski)**

Can you really speak fluently by next year?

As a person with a stutter for over 23 years, I feel your pain. I know about the difficulties of living on the edge of fear and anxiety because of stuttering. Growing up in a family of 6 boys and a third world country meant there were no resources available for people like me – a Person Who Stutters (PWS). I was constantly feeling pressured because I had difficulty keeping conversations, making small talk, and meeting new people. Ordering food or even talking on the phone was a challenging thing to do. As a result, I avoided people and situations that required me to speak. This avoidance behavior made my speech worse, and my speaking situation took a turn for the worse when I moved to the United States as a teenager. I found it difficult to make new friends, avoiding social interactions, but I knew deep down inside that there was a lot that I wanted to do and say in my lifetime. However, I did nothing about it for years until my first job out of college was on the line because it required me to present every day. I had a choice to either improve my communication skills or watch others less qualified than me make leaps and bounds in their careers as I stayed quiet in the same position. At this stage in my life, I made the decision which began my journey towards treatment, and after years of trying with no sign of success, I became frustrated and nearly threw in the towel. Then, out of both coincidence and desperation, I discovered the 3 foundations of treatment that successfully worked for me. These 3 foundations of treatment are what drastically increased the quality of my life, helped me elevate my career, go after goals, develop meaningful relationships, and live life without any regrets. 

These 3 foundation are what you will be learning in this webinar.  

My discovery is not unique and does not require any special skills, looks, talents, confidence, or charisma. It only requires you to put them to work and watch the success you create for yourself. That is why I’m teaming up with expert researchers on stuttering with the practical application of virtual reality (learn by doing instead of theory) to blow the lid off this problem and show you how to  unwrap the hidden gifts of full self-expression within you – and it is ALL completely FREE

Top 3 Foundations of Successful Treatment for a PWS backed by Research…

EXPOSURE THERAPY + VR

You will be engaged and transported to a safe environment to master skills that will help reduce your anxiety, decrease symptoms of stuttering. You’ll gain power over fear-inducing situations like public speaking, speaking in groups, or speaking to someone important in your life, you will be less sensitive to stuttering and begin developing better social skills and interactions with people in your life.

COGNITIVE THERAPY + VR

You will master your speech at your own pace in an enjoyable environment with a practical approach specific to your circumstances to help you become more relaxed and less anxious, increasing your confidence in social settings. Develop more positive and realistic thoughts to be in control of your speech, emotions and the direction of your life. You’ll be able to fully express yourself and improve your communication skills in a way that you will be speaking freely without anger or shame. You’ll have the tools to prevent relapses and recognize patterns in your speech and thoughts that you need to avoid. Overall, you will be comfortable building meaningful relationships and experiencing a feeling of being understood.

FLUENCY SHAPING THERAPY + VR

You will eliminate time and travel required to easily master procedures so that when the time comes, you will be fully prepared to speak confidently and freely. You will increase fluent speech production through unlimited repetitions in an enjoyable virtual environment in the comfort and privacy of your home. You’ll learn how to accept and understand stuttering while proactively improving speech production. You’ll practice techniques in real-time in realistic scenarios that will enhance your overall communication skills, reduce your tension and struggle for certain words and situations.

Over 70 Million people worldwide are experiencing some form of stuttering!

 

We can fix this together!

LTF VR has shown to improve fluency and retention in stutterers by over 90%

LFT VR Gives people with a stutter the access to greater fluency and full self-expression

You can either continue down the path of least resistance, the path you have already been traveling or you can choose the road less traveled. The path of least resistance will probably result in you getting the same outcomes you’ve always received. 

But if you want something different to happen, if you want to change the direction of your health (or your relationships, your finances, etc) you’re going to have to do something different. Make a new choice and pursue your new outcome.

Click on the button below to book an appointment on our calendar, and we will contact you immediately to confirm your free consultation to help you begin enjoying a lifetime of fluency. This FREE consultation will help you with all you need to know to get started and begin using the 3 foundations of treatment today!

VRET is one of the most effective and safe methods of exposure therapy to date and combining VRET with methods to benefit those who stutter and treat those with social anxiety.

The results have shown the participant’s becoming anxious within the VRET and their anxiety levels decreasing over repeated sessions.

Participants have also shown improvement concerning their speech, which they will be able to relate to in a real-life situation.

Sound fake? Here is proof

Gareth Victor Walkom

Stuttering involves affective (e.g., fear of public speaking, speech-related anxiety), behavioral (e.g., sound/syllable repetitions, avoidance behaviors) and cognitive processes (e.g., awareness of one’s stuttering, knowledge of stuttering). Affective, behavioral, and cognitive aspects of various disorders have been successfully treated using VR-augmented treatment.

Sound fake? Here is proof

Brundage SB1, Graap K, Gibbons KF, Ferrer M, Brooks J.

A lot of people who stutter will acknowledge that as they become more anxious or nervous, they tend to stutter more frequently and intensely. On the contrary, when they are home alone, calm, and talking to their pet dog, they speak absolutely perfectly.

This, in large part, is due to that little voice in their head.

Having the ability to control and change that voice in your head to something more empowering rather than negative, can make all the difference in the world for a person who stutters.

Aleksandar Tomic