A ONE-OF-A-KIND CAMP
FOR KIDS AND TEENS WHO STUTTER
CAMPERS EXPERIENCE A UNIQUE LEARNING OPPORTUNITY IN A FUN ENVIRONMENT
KIDS AND TEENS AGES 8-18 WHO STUTTER WILL PARTICIPATE IN A THERAPEUTIC, INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE IN A TRADITIONAL OVERNIGHT SUMMER CAMP SETTING. COME JOIN US FOR TONS OF SUMMER CAMP FUN! MAKE LIFELONG FRIENDS WHILE ENGAGING IN POSITIVE EXPERIENCES.
SWIMMING, BOATING, HORSEBACK RIDING, CAMPFIRES, AND A TALENT SHOW ARE JUST A FEW OF THE ACTIVITIES AT CAMP SHOUT OUT!
WILL PARTICIPATE IN A UNIQUE HANDS-ON CONTINUING EDUCATION TRAINING OPPORTUNITY WITH A LEADERSHIP TEAM DIRECTED BY BOARD CERTIFIED FLUENCY SPECIALISTS.
LEARN TO RISE CONFIDENTLY ABOVE YOUR STUTTERING!
MEET THE CO-FOUNDERS
Kristin A. Chmela, M.A., CCC-SLP BCS-F
Kristin spends most of her time serving clients, mentoring colleagues, and training therapists, and is internationally recognized for her clinical work. Kristin’s passion for helping children who stutter, for almost 35 years, stems in part from her experiences growing up stuttering. She is an ISHA fellow, was a member of the initial cadre of recognized fluency specialists, and served as chair of the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders, spearheading the transition to certification of specialists. Earlier in her career, she collaborated extensively with the Stuttering Foundation on educational videos and is senior author of The School-Age Child Who Stutters: Working Effectively with Attitudes and Emotions. She co-authored Working With School-Age Children Who Stutter: Basic Principle Problem Solving, and has published practical therapy products. As co-founder and co-director of Camp Shout Out, Kristin develops and facilitates the Training and Therapeutic Programs. Kristin has completed two 200-hour training programs in yoga, and several mindfulness training courses. Kristin loves spending time with her family, gardening, dancing, painting, and learning.
Julie Raynor, M.A., CCC-SLP
Julie Raynor, M.A., CCC-SLP, has been a speech-language pathologist since 1986, working in a variety of settings. She currently is employed through Reeths-Puffer Public Schools in Muskegon, MI. Julie became interested in helping young people who stutter in 2007 when her young daughter woke up from a nap with a sudden and severe stutter. Since that time Julie has participated in numerous workshops and conferences dealing specifically with fluency. Julie has an extensive history of experience with summer camps first as an enthusiastic camper, camp staff member and volunteer for a variety of summer residential and day camp programs