Staff & Board
Gregory Scott, M.A., CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist

Biography

A Midwest native, Gregory first came to AIS on a whim, as a grad student looking for a summer adventure (and clinical experience hours, of course!) in New York City. Little did he know that first internship, helping out with AIS’s immersion program, would change his life. He fell hard for the AIS approach, with its emphasis on radical self-acceptance, and returned to his grad program committed to learning all he could about stuttering. Upon graduating, he returned to AIS for a second internship—and then lingered around NYC for a whole year, helping facilitate the Institute’s weekly support groups for past clients. Today, he is thrilled to help expand AIS’s unique
approach to the Midwest—and to broaden accessibility worldwide by welcoming virtual clients from all over the globe. He lives and works in Minneapolis, MN.

5 Things to Know About

Gregory Scott

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Received his Masters degree in Speech-Language-Hearing Science from the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities. He also holds an undergraduate degree in Creative Writing and French
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In addition to his work with AIS, serves as the official in-house Stuttering Consultant for Minneapolis Public Schools, where he develops district-wide best practices for stuttering; he literally wrote the manual on fluency disorders
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Won a fellowship through the Stuttering Foundation to train with researchers at the renowned Lang Stuttering Institute at the University of Texas, Austin
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Has a distinct interest in stuttering in the pre-school population and enjoys guiding parents through the confusing terrain of treatment options for this young age
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Speaks French, and spent time after graduation teaching English in two middle schools in the South of France— a place he keeps threatening to return to