My daughter started speech therapy last year at school and started stuttering afterwards. During summer break she got back to speaking normally, but now that school is back she's stuttering worse than ever.
She is in speech therapy because she had trouble with the "k" and "th" "sh" sounds. Other than that no problems. My question is, why did this happen after starting speech therapy? We don't want to swap one speech impediment for another.
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