Frontiers of Cluttering Across Continents: Research, Clinical Practices, Self-Help, and Professional Preparation This article features contributions of 15 young and experienced researchers and clinicians from 12 countries from Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, South America, and North America. The growing fascination with cluttering continues to spread around the world, in a spirit of being open-minded to the ideas of colleagues ... Article
Article  |   September 01, 2014
Frontiers of Cluttering Across Continents: Research, Clinical Practices, Self-Help, and Professional Preparation
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Isabella K. Reichel
    Program in Speech and Language Pathology, Touro College, New York City, NY
  • Grace Ademola-Sokoya
    National Orthopaedic Hospital- Rehabilitation, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Mehdi Bakhtiar
    Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR
  • Helen Barrett
    Department of Speech Therapy, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda
  • Judit Bona
    Department of Phonetics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
  • Laura Busto-Marolt
    FLENI Institute- Rehabilitation, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Nanjaya Nathan Caesar
    Mbale Regional Refferal Hospital, Mbale, Uganda
  • Claudia Diaz
    Department of Speech Pathology, Buenos Aires University, Buenos Aires Argentina
  • Maisa Haj-Tas
    Department of Speech Pathology, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
  • Dina Lilian
    Wits University Donald Gordon Medical Center- Rehabilitation, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Vilma Makauskienė
    Centre of Cultural Communication and Education, Stulginskis University, Siauliai, Lithuania
  • Shoko Miyamoto
    Department of Speech Pathology, Mejiro University, Saitama, Japan
  • Emma Shah
    Aga Khan and Nairobi Hospitals- Rehabilitation, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Beatriz Bian de Touzet
    Buenos Aires University, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Sami Awad Yasin
    El-Mar Human Development Center, Khartoum, Sudan
  • Financial Disclosure: Isabella K. Reichel, Grace Ademola-Sokoya, Medhi Bakhtiar, Helen Barrett, Judit Bona, Laura Busto-Marolt, Nanjaya Nathan Caesar, Claudia Diaz, Maisa Haj-Tas, Dina Lilian, Vilma Makauskienė, Shoko Miyamoto, Emma Shah, Beatriz Bian de Touzet, and Sami Awad Yasin have no financial interest to disclose.
    Financial Disclosure: Isabella K. Reichel, Grace Ademola-Sokoya, Medhi Bakhtiar, Helen Barrett, Judit Bona, Laura Busto-Marolt, Nanjaya Nathan Caesar, Claudia Diaz, Maisa Haj-Tas, Dina Lilian, Vilma Makauskienė, Shoko Miyamoto, Emma Shah, Beatriz Bian de Touzet, and Sami Awad Yasin have no financial interest to disclose.×
  • Nonfinancial Disclosure: Isabella K. Reichel, Grace Ademola-Sokoya, Medhi Bakhtiar, Helen Barrett, Judit Bona, Laura Busto-Marolt, Nanjaya Nathan Caesar, Claudia Diaz, Maisa Haj-Tas, Dina Lilian, Vilma Makauskiene, Shoko Miyamoto, Emma Shah, Beatriz Bian de Touzet, and Sami Awad Yasin have no nonfinancial interests to disclose.
    Nonfinancial Disclosure: Isabella K. Reichel, Grace Ademola-Sokoya, Medhi Bakhtiar, Helen Barrett, Judit Bona, Laura Busto-Marolt, Nanjaya Nathan Caesar, Claudia Diaz, Maisa Haj-Tas, Dina Lilian, Vilma Makauskiene, Shoko Miyamoto, Emma Shah, Beatriz Bian de Touzet, and Sami Awad Yasin have no nonfinancial interests to disclose.×
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Article   |   September 01, 2014
Frontiers of Cluttering Across Continents: Research, Clinical Practices, Self-Help, and Professional Preparation
SIG 17 Perspectives on Global Issues in Communication Sciences and Related Disorders, September 2014, Vol. 4, 42-50. doi:10.1044/gics4.2.42
SIG 17 Perspectives on Global Issues in Communication Sciences and Related Disorders, September 2014, Vol. 4, 42-50. doi:10.1044/gics4.2.42

This article features contributions of 15 young and experienced researchers and clinicians from 12 countries from Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, South America, and North America. The growing fascination with cluttering continues to spread around the world, in a spirit of being open-minded to the ideas of colleagues from different cultures, languages, and streams of thought. The following topics discussed are believed to be of interest to consumers, practitioners, and researchers: conceptual and theoretical aspects of cluttering, awareness, and understanding of cluttering across countries and continents, professional preparation in cluttering, assessment, treatment, and support groups.

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