Apraxia, cluttering, aphasia, stuttering, selective mutism or "just" speaking anxiety
This endless loop of misunderstandings, uneasiness and exposure of hidden trauma's or what other people like to call "communication" is difficult enough when you're a natural born speaker, but wow if you have to deal with all sorts of other issues as well and people think you are a dummie, that's no fun.
If I had to come up with a s logan, and I don't but I will, it would be:
Practice before you do
I have a lot of experience with role play and it is my belief that this is what you needs if you are dealing with speech disorders or problems.
Especially when accompanied by learning anxiety and/or executive dysfunction.
Rehearsing difficult situations, working with anxiety and unpleasant thoughts about yourself in a creative way and therefore feeling free to fully experiment without any consequences, reduces the stress, makes speaking more enjoyable and
- no I cannot make this sentence any shorter- will make you feel comfortable to try out new things. Even if it will never be as perfect in the way you've imagined.
On that positive note: feel free to contact me for a conversation to see whether this is the right training for you at firstname.lastname@example.org
After the intake, you can choose between a tailor made training/workshop or a single session.