Welcome to the NSA Midtown Manhattan Site

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We’re a support group for people who stutter. Once a month we come together, hang out, relax and talk about all things stuttering-related. As a chapter of the NSA, our thinking is that one of the best ways to help ourselves is by getting support from one another. This is a very special place for anyone who stutters, regardless of where you are on your journey, to come be part of a very safe and non-judgmental environment. We hope you join us.

Our Monthly Recaps


May Recap

…and our First Conference! Last Monday we had our May monthly support group at our usual spot. Many of us had also attended our first local self-help conference the day before, where over 60 stutterers sat together and explored some of our community’s most important questions. This was a special day for many of us, and you can expect similar opportunities in the near future as our community here in NYC continues to grow. As for our monthly meeting, we split up into three smaller groups, shared our thoughts about our conference, and much more. Here is a glimpse...

April Recap

Our April meeting was our largest yet. There were 38 of us in total, including six newcomers who stutter, many familiar faces, and several SLPs and SLP students. It was lovely to reconnect with everyone and to meet the many people who joined us for the first time. We look forward to speaking more with each of you soon! We split up into three groups for conversation. Here is some of what we talked about. Creating a comfier environment to stutter in Much of the conversation this month focused on how we can change the social dynamic with our...

March Recap

March Recap Last week was an eventful week for people who stutter in our NYC community. On Monday our good friend Michael Turner flew in from Portland, OR to screen his documentary, The Way We Talk. Many of us made it out that night, and there were about 150 people in attendance. A special thank you to SAY and AIS for co-sponsoring the event, and to everyone who helped spread the word for the screening. The next night we had a nice turnout of 23 people for our support group, including four first-timer PWS, and a handful of SLP students...
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