There’s more to stuttering than just physical symptoms and a decreased ability to communicate. Professor Luc De Nil, a world expert in speech pathology from the University of Toronto explains the underlying psychology of why people suffer from stutters and how it affects their everyday lives. We also catch up with a man who’s been managed to train his speech and disguise his stutter, affording him a better, fuller life. The ability to communicate is something so basically human, so we investigate some of the possible paths towards lessening a stutter to help ease the anguish of those suffering from the condition.

Tonic TV | T-S087 | S02E08