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Stuttering and speech disorders are not solely inherited, genetic, congenital, or inherent problems. Stuttering is a mental, psychological, communicative, and emotional issue. Stuttering does not have a communicative connection with healthy speech organs. Stuttering in the Taghizadeh Mind enabling Center is definitively and entirely treatable, provided that educational and therapeutic protocols are implemented.
For the treatment of stuttering, the best doctor is Dr. Mohammad Ehsan Taghizadeh, a specialist, psychologist, and university professor. If you are seeking complete, definitive, and 100% successful treatment without relapse, the only way is to visit the clinic of Dr. Mohammad Ehsan Taghizadeh. However, if you are looking for stuttering control, speech therapy and other related specialists can assist you in this regard.
Individuals with stuttering who visit the stuttering treatment center of Dr. Taghizadeh are required to perform exercises at home daily, following the educational package and treatment protocol. They should practice speaking techniques with anyone, anywhere, and at all times, and adhere to the therapeutic recommendations and instructions prescribed.
1. trauma (conditioning cycle of stuttering or mental stuttering) through
mind enabling .
2. response (observable cycle of stuttering or overt stuttering) through enhancing speech skills.
3. Observation transforming (the impact of stuttering on criteria, logic, personality, perspective, etc.) through providing cognitive services to induce transformation and change.
4. Influencing attitudes, thinking patterns, cognitive orientation, cognitive systems, and social functioning through mind enabling methods to achieve these goals.
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Dr. Taghizadeh at the Mind enabling Center performs such
diagnoses.According to the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental
Disorders) in the United States, the main diagnostic features of language
disorders include difficulties in language acquisition and usage due to
deficiencies in comprehension or production of vocabulary, sentence
structure, and language impairment in verbal, written, or sign language
communication. Language skills need to be evaluated from both expressive
and receptive aspects, as they may vary in terms of severity. For example,
someone may have severe expressive language difficulties while their
receptive language skills may be unaffected. Language disorders typically
impact vocabulary and grammatical structures, thus limiting overall
communicative abilities. Initial words and phrases might be expected, with
shorter, simpler sentences accompanied by errors, particularly in past tense
verbs. Deficits in language comprehension are often less fulfilled, as children
may use context and situation to infer meaning. Difficulties may arise in word
finding, age-appropriate definitions, and word retrieval. Observable difficulties
in this area include memorizing new words and sentences, following
instructions to increase sentence length, problems with repeating speech
sequences (e.g., remembering a phone number or a shopping list), and
difficulties in recalling new sound patterns that are important for learning new
Challenges in discourse are evident as a decline in the ability to provide appropriate information about important events and deliver coherent narratives. Language disorders are characterized by significantly lower measurable abilities compared to what is expected for the individual's age, and they interfere noticeably with educational progress, occupational functioning, effective communication, or social participation.
The diagnosis of a language disorder is typically made through a collection of information related to the individual's history, direct clinical observations in various settings (home, school, or workplace), and standardized language assessment scores used to assess severity
No, our method is not speech therapy. Speech therapy and other methods available today, such as homeopathy and drug therapy, only have limited effectiveness in controlling stuttering. We have been able to achieve a permanent and non-recurring cure for stuttering based on our own method and a therapeutic package, through mental exercises and speech techniques designed using cognitive and mind simulation sciences.
Stuttering is a disorder that has been present in individuals for a long time, and it cannot be completely cured in a few days or minutes. However, with the use of the Mind enabling Center method and by performing unique exercises and techniques, progress can be made each month, moving closer to recovery. Significant improvements in speech will be noticeable within one month.
To achieve this success, we have utilized various sciences, including clinical and
cognitive psychology, philosophy of mind, music therapy, artificial intelligence,
robotics, software engineering, and artificial intelligence. After twenty years of
continuous study, we have concluded that the cause of stuttering is only
related to physical and mechanical factors in two percent of cases, which can
result from issues such as speech organ injuries, seizures, accidents, brain
tumors, stroke, cerebral palsy, or kidney disease-induced dementia.
For the rest of the individuals who stutter, their root cause is entirely psychological and environmental. Unfortunately, in the prevailing positivist scientific paradigm of today's world, the role of the mind has been overlooked.
However, with a different perspective on the mind, we have been able to bring about this significant breakthrough for the world. Despite facing denials and much criticism along the way, we invite all experts in this field to visit our Mind enabling Clinic and closely observe the successfully treated individuals using this approach. We encourage them to share their criticisms and opinions in a scientific and fair manner for further discussion and exchange of ideas
According to the DSM-5, the authoritative reference book in the United States,
psychologists and psychiatrists have the right to enter the field of
communication and speech disorders. In our country, the legal right for
psychologists to participate in the discussion of speech disorders is also welldefined and evident because speech disorders, such as lack of expressive
control (stuttering), are categorized as subtypes of communication disorders.
This classification is established in the world's reference book for psychiatrists
However, we also intervene regarding the psychological symptoms associated with stuttering (e.g., stress, anxiety, low self-confidence).
Throughout history, the issue of stuttering has always existed, and numerous
methods have recently been prescribed by neurologists, neuroscientists, and
speech therapists to address this problem. However, the conventional
methods have only been effective in controlling stuttering. The dominant
methods used worldwide include techniques such as strobotherapy, laser
therapy, magnetic therapy, and the use of devices like PFF, RHS, and EM, which
focus on sound reflection.
What is meant by "permanent and non-recurring cure for stuttering"? It means that individuals who have achieved 100% cure no longer exhibit any symptoms of stuttering in any situation. This includes the complete resolution of all psychological and speech-related symptoms associated with stuttering. Someone who had stuttering at some point but has now been treated using our method, what do we call them? Complete cure means being able to speak fluently without stuttering in situations of nervousness, stress, anxiety, and emotional states.
The irreversibility of our method is because we have identified the root cause of stuttering in the mind. Based on this understanding and by empowering the minds of individuals with stuttering, we establish coordination between the mind and speech. Through this process, we lead the individual to achieve a complete, permanent, and non-recurring cure. When a person attains mastery, it becomes a skill that is not forgettable or lost, meaning it will be sustainable over time.
Exactly for the reasons we mentioned earlier, the existing methods in the world have focused their studies on the disabled individuals rather than addressing the root cause of stuttering, which lies in psychological factors. The difference that sets us apart from other existing methods is that we have based our studies and research on the mind and psychological factors, which have received less attention from experts worldwide.
No, the person must use the speech technique until they achieve a 100% cure, but after completing the treatment period, there is no need to continue using the technique. For example, a person with a leg injury may need to practice walking with crutches for a period of time. Similarly, our speech techniques act as crutches to assist the person until they acquire the necessary speech skills. Therefore, after reaching proficiency in speech, there is no need to use the techniques anymore. When the person reaches speech proficiency, it's like a driver who has mastered driving; they will operate according to the principles they have learned without the need for assistance.
We started our scientific and empirical research and therapeutic studies based on clinical experiences from the year 1998. In 2014, on the television program 'Bekhaneye Barmigardim,' we officially announced our success in achieving a permanent and non-recurring cure for stuttering, the first time in Iran and the world. Today, we are proud to welcome people with stuttering from different countries, who have tried various treatment methods for years without success. However, with our treatment approach and by the grace of God, they were able to experience the sweetness of fluent speech."
Nervous tics, as the name suggests, primarily have a neurological origin. Individuals with stuttering sometimes experience tics due to the lack of coordination between the mind, brain, speech organs, body, and language, along with difficulties in breath control and the discharge of vocal energy. However, with the strategies of Dr. Mohammad Ehsan Taghizadeh, this issue can also be resolved. In addition to treating stuttering, those with nervous tics or habits such as nail-biting or muscular tics like head and neck movements can be treated at our center using our unique methods and techniques.