Guest of People of the Week on SWR on 18 October 2014
- Health programme "Puls" in SRF (12 November 2018)
- Logo! Children's News (22 October 2018)
- SWR regional show (22 October 2017)
- hallo Deutschland (October 22, 2017)
- Logo! Children's News (22 October 2017)
- Mehr als Worte (November 7, 3Sat)
- SWR regional show (22 October 2016)
- heute (22 October 2016, ZDF)
- hallo deutschland (October 21, 2016, ZDF)
- stern TV (July 27, 2015, RTL)
- Menschen der Woche (18 October 2014, SWR)
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mitSprache 03/18: Experiences
One week at the D.E.L.P.H.I.N. Stutter Therapy Center
A speech therapy teacher and editor from Vienna, Mrs. Christine Merhaut, accompanied the therapy and as a specialist published a field report in the professional journal of the Austrian Society for Speech Therapy Education "mitSPRACHE".
DELPHIN stuttering therapy: effectiveness proven
The effectiveness of the D.E.L.P.H.I.N. intensive therapy against stuttering according to Sabine Schütz was proven by a prospective three-year study of the University of Mainz under the direction of Prof. Dr. Annerose Keilmann. At the 34th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Phoniatrics and Pedaudiology (DGPP) in September 2017 in Bern, the study was presented by DGPP Vice President Prof. Keilmann (see link below) and praised by Prof. Katrin Neumann (University of Bochum) and others. Prof. Keilmann will also present the study results on the efficacy of the DELPHIN therapy in severe stuttering at the dbl Congress on 15-16 June 2018 in Bielefeld as part of the poster presentations.
The therapy will be carried out by Sabine Schütz, speech therapist and educator, and Sonja-Marie Schütz, academic speech therapist and communication psychologist, at the stuttering therapy center in Langenbach near Kirburg.
Sonja Schütz at the Forum Speech Therapy (March 2015)
Effect of "D.E.L.P.H.I.N. Therapy" on Stuttering Symptoms
A multiple case study with adolescents and adults
SUMMARY. The comprehensive communication disorder of stuttering affects about one percent of the world's population, i.e. 800,000 people in Germany. The symptoms of stuttering are far-reaching, the psychological burden is very high due to the impaired ability to communicate and the stigmatisation. In the context of the Bachelor thesis of the author the effect of the "D.E.L.P.H.I.N.-Therapie" according to Sabine Schütz was examined. On the basis of a multiple case study with a total of nine adolescents and adults aged between 12 and 26 years, the effectiveness of intensive therapy could be demonstrated with a high degree of significance. These successes relate both to the severity of stuttering and to psychosocial stress. Within the scope of the bachelor thesis, no consideration of the long-term success of the therapy was possible. In this article the evaluation of the bachelor thesis is extended by the results after one year after the therapy.
Effect of "D.E.L.P.H.I.N. Therapy" on Stuttering Symptoms: Results of a Multiple Case Study
The comprehensive communication disorder affects approx. 1% of the world population, i.e. 800,000 adults in Germany. The symptoms of stuttering are far-reaching, the psychological strain due to the impaired ability to communicate and the stigmatisation is very high. Within the bachelor thesis of Sonja-Marie Schütz the effect of the "D.E.L.P.H.I.N." was examined. therapy according to Sabine Schütz. On the basis of this multiple case study with nine volunteers aged 12 to 26, the effectiveness of the intensive therapy could be demonstrated with a high degree of significance. These successes relate both to the severity of the symptoms and to the psychological stress caused by stuttering.
Sabine Schütz in the Westerwälder Zeitung (29.08.2013)
Stuttering: Concept is evaluated by University
Medicine Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz scientifically accompanies the therapy of Sabine Schütz for three years
Bad Marienberg. The stuttering therapy of the speech therapist Sabine Schütz from Bad Marienberg, who in the past had received extraordinary attention due to her high efficacy, will be scientifically investigated for three years in a study. A corresponding contract has now been concluded at the University of Mainz. If the desired success is achieved, this will lead to completely new perspectives for the treatment of stuttering people throughout Germany and a medical breakthrough for the clinical picture as well as a change in the way the health insurance systems look at speech therapy.