Presentation

Academic

  • In-n-Out: Knowing When to Qualify and Exit Your Fluency, Voice and Borderline Clients. 7 hour oral presentation at the Loma Linda University Homecoming weekend. Participants: Tina Nobriga,  Julia Hollister, and Jennifer St. Clair (03/2019)
  • Lived Experiences: Stories and Behavioral Change. LLU SAHP Master Class (Online recorded presentation), Loma Linda, CA (03/2021)
  • Who's Driving the Bus? Client Driven Therapy for Children/Adults who Stutter.  Invited 3-hour pre-session talk at the ASHA Convention, San Diego, 2020 (Conference Cancelled). Presenters: Julia Hollister, Mark O’Malia, Cynthia Sandoval, Reuben Schuff. (11/2020)

Poster

  • Perspectives on therapeutic progress: 11-14 year-olds’ reflections. Poster presentation at the Oxford Dysfluency Conference, UK. Participants: Naomi Hertsberg Julia Hollister, Patricia Zebrowski, Alison Berquez & Sharon Millard (07/2014)
  • The Utility of a Stuttering Support Organization Convention for Youth Who Stutter: A Quantitative Investigation. Poster presentation at the ASHA convention, Los Angeles, 2017. Participants: Hope Gerlach, Julia Hollister, Lee Caggiano, and Patricia Zebrowski (11/2017)
  • Hot and Cold Effortful Control Abilities of School-Age Children who Stutter. Poster presentation at the ASHA convention, Philadelphia, 2016. Participants: Julia Hollister & Patricia Zebrowski (11/2016)
  • Stuttering Support Organizations and Cognitive/Affective Change in Adolescents who Stutter: A Qualitative Analysis. Poster presentation at the ASHA convention, Los Angeles, 2017. Participants: Julia Hollister, Hope Gerlach, Lee Caggiano, and Patricia Zebrowski (11/2017)
  • The Impact of grammatical development on stalls and revisions in children who persist and recover from stuttering. Poster presentation at the Oxford Dysfluency Conference, UK. Participants: Julia Hollister, Amanda Van Horn & Patricia Zebrowski (07/2014)
  • Enhancing the development of early literacy skills in ESL preschoolers. Poster presentation at the ASHA Convention, 2013. Participants: Julia Hollister Patricia Zebrowski & Linda Louko (11/2013)
  • Dissociations within and across linguistic and motor domains in children who stutter.Poster presentation at the ASHA convention, 2012. Participants: Julia Hollister, Anke Alpermann & Patricia Zebrowski (11/2012)
  • Unsophisticated listener perceptions of stuttering: The effects of media presentation and fluency on perceived speech ratings.  Poster Presentation at CSHA, Long Beach.  Participants: Julia Hollister, Emily Murdoch, Heather Knutson & Jean Lowry. (03/2007)

Research

  • What do children who stutter and their parents expect from therapy? Paper presentation at the Oxford Dysfluency Conference, UK. Presenters: Alison Berquez, Naomi. Hertsberg, Julia Hollister, Patricia Zebrowski & Sharon Millard. (07/2014)
  • Practice based evidence: An integrated therapy approach for children who stutter. Paper presentation at the Oxford Dysfluency Conference, UK. Presenters: Sharon Millard, Bryan Brown, Naomi. Hertsberg, Julia Hollister, & Patricia Zebrowski. (07/2014)
  • Building Resiliency with Young Children Who Stutter: The Why and The How. 90 minute invited and recorded CEU webinar for the Stuttering Foundation of America. Participants: Julia Hollister (05/2019)
  • The effects of grammatical development on disfluencies in children who persist and recover from stuttering. Technical talk at the ASHA Convention, 2013. Participants: Julia Hollister, Amanda Van Horn & Patricia Zebrowski.   (11/2013)
  • Prosodic variability in the speech of children who stutter. Technical talk at the Acoustical Society of America Spring Convention. Presenters: Timothy Arbisi-Kelm, Julia Hollister, Patricia Zebrowski, Julia Gupta. (05/2014)
  • Intensive Therapy for Children who Stutter: Effectiveness. Technical talk at the ASHA convention, 2014. Presenters: Sharon Millard, Bryan Brown, Naomi Hertsberg, Julia Hollister, Patricia Zebrowski. (11/2014)
  • Fostering Resilience in Children Who Stutter: What Could/Should SLPs do? 90-minute oral presentation at the California Speech and Hearing Convention. Pasadena, CA, 2017. Participants: Julia Hollister. (03/2017)