Mary O’Dwyer works as a speech and language therapy manager with the Health Service Executive in Cork Kerry Community Healthcare. She continues to do direct work with people who stutter, their families and teachers. In the past she has also worked as a psychotherapist and she has a particular interest in narrative practice. She supports the education of undergraduate speech and language therapy students in the areas of stuttering and narrative practice. Publications include: ‘Building Resilience in Children through Camp Dream. Speak. Live.’ in conjunction with Courtney Byrd in Case Reports of Stuttering and Cluttering, eds. K. Eggars and M. Leahy (Routledge/Taylor and Francis, 2022), ‘Narrative Practice in Stuttering Therapy’ in conjunction with Fiona Ryan in Case Reports of Stuttering and Cluttering, eds. K. Eggars and M. Leahy (Routledge/Taylor and Francis, 2022), ‘Narrative Practice: Identifying and changing problem stories about stammering’ in Stammering Resources for Adults and Teenagers (2020), ed. T. Stewart, written in conjunction with Fiona Ryan, ‘The Role of Narratives in the Development of Stuttering as a Problem’, American Journal of Speech and Language Pathology (2018) and ‘There is no cure for this: An exploration of the professional identities of speech and language therapists’, Journal of Interactional research in Communication Disorders (2016), co-authored with Margaret Leahy. Recent conference presentations include a poster, ’Stuttering: what has love got to do with it?’ at Oxford Dysfluency Conference (2021).