Discover a key mindset for making progress in stammering therapy and how to stay open to different (rather than habitual) ways of relating to your experience.

Now over to you: what aspects of your communication do you currently feel most curious about? What do you really want to understand better or view from a different perspective? And do you have any idea what the mystery object in the video is…??



  1. Great video!
    The object reminded me of clock hands.

  2. Hello Sarah, I hope you’re well! Thanks for another helpful video blog and to answer your question, it’s a tool for a smoking pipe. The spoon end is for cleaning it, the thin one, for stirring the tobacco in the pipe or opening some holes for more air to come through, and the other one is for pushing the tobacco in the pipe. At first though, I thought it was some sort of key 🙂

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