Craig Coleman

Craig Coleman

Adjunct Instructor

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Biography

Craig Coleman is Department Chairperson at Edinboro University and a Board-Certified Specialist in Stuttering. He currently serves as Vice President of Planning for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is an ASHA Fellow.

Awards & Accomplishments

  • ASHA Fellow
  • ASHA Media Outreach Champion
  • PSHA Honors
  • PSHA Clinical Achievement Award

Publications

  • Yaruss. J. S., Coleman, C., Beilby, J., & Herring, C. (in press). School-age children: Treatment of stuttering. In P. Zebrowksi, J. Anderson, and E. Conture (Eds.). Stuttering: Characteristics, assessment, and treatment (4th ed.). Thieme Medical Publisher
  • Coleman, C. (2018). Comprehensive Stuttering Treatment for Adolescent Children: A Case Study. Language, Speech, Hearing Services in Schools, Vol. 49, 33-41.
  • Coleman C. (2018). Community-centered assessment and treatment: Targeting the social, emotional and cognitive aspects of stuttering in children. In Amster, B. & Klein, E. (Eds.). More than Fluency. Plural Publishing.
  • Byrd, C., Chmela, K., Coleman, C., Weidner, M., Kelly, E., Reichhardt, R., & Irani, F. (2016). An Introduction to Camps for Children Who Stutter: What They Are and How They Can Help. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 1(4), 55-69.
  • Coleman, C., Miller, L., & Weidner, M. (2015). There's More Than One Route to Successful Outcomes: A Response to Bothe Marcotte and Santus. SIG 4 Perspectives, Vol. 25, 58-60.
  • Coleman C. (August, 2015). Book Review: Stuttering Foundations and Clinical Applications, E. Yairi, C. Seery (Eds.). 2nd Edition. Journal of Fluency Disorders.
  • Coleman, C., Scott, K., Reeves, N., Bailey, M., & Gainey, H. (2015). TIMED ORAL READING/ PRESENTATIONS & CHILDREN WHO STUTTER. National Stuttering Association Brochure.
  • Coleman, C., Miller, L., & Weidner, M. (2015). A Clinical Tutorial in Stuttering: Case Vignette. SIG 4 Perspectives, Vol. 25, 5-9.
  • St. Louis, K., Weidner, M., Gabel, R., Hughes, S., & Coleman, C. (2014). Stuttering Attitudes Research Symposium: Reflecting on a Landmark Event. SIG 4 Perspectives, Vol. 24, 5-7.
  • Coleman, C. & Yaruss, J. S. (2014). A Comprehensive View of Stuttering: Implications for Assessment and Treatment. SIG 16 Perspectives, Vol. 15, 75-80.
  • Coleman, C. (2013, February 01). SIGnatures: Widening the Treatment Circle. The ASHA Leader.
  • Coleman, C. (January 2013). State Spotlight: Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association, ASHA Leader.
  • Yaruss, J. S., Coleman, C., & Quesal, R. (October 2012). Stuttering in School-Age Children: A Comprehensive Approach to Treatment. Language, Speech, Hearing Services in Schools, vol. 43, pp. 536-548.
  • Coleman, C., Yaruss, J. S., & Hammer, D. (2007). Clinical research involving preschoolers who stutter: Real world applications of evidence-based practice. Language, Speech, Hearing Services in Schools, vol. 38, pp. 286-289.
  • Yaruss, J.S., Coleman, C., & Hammer, D. (2006). Treating preschool children who stutter: Description and preliminary evaluation of a family-focused treatment approach. Language, Speech, Hearing Services in Schools, vol. 37, pp. 118-138.
  • Coleman, C. (February 2006). Book review of In the Company of Truth for Advance Magazine.
  • Coleman, C. & Williams, C. (2006). Maintaining Your CCC.s: It’s Simple and Offers a Broad Array of Options. ASHA Leader, Vol. 11, pp. 18, 19, 30.
  • Coleman, C. (September 2005). Reducing Laryngeal Tension During Stuttering. Ask the Expert Feature at www.speechpathology.com.
  • Coleman, C., & Talicska, K. (July 2005). Fluency Fantasies Across America. Featured article in Advance Magazine.
  • Coleman, C., Yaruss, J.S., & Hammer, D. (2004). Parent/child treatment for preschool children who stutter: Preliminary data. Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress on Fluency Disorders.
  • Nakao, A., Tanaka, N., & Coleman, C. (2001). My personal experience with speech therapy for stuttering at the Stuttering Center of Western Pennsylvania. Acta Medica Okayama, 55, 193-195.