Ronny Boey is a clinician, researcher and teacher since 1980 specialized in stuttering. He did his PhD at the University of Antwerp in 2008 with research on the epidemiology and phenomenology of stuttering and the long-term effects of social cognitive behavioural therapy. He publishes manuals and articles on the phenomenology of stuttering, diagnostic procedures and tests, and social cognitive behavioral therapy. Since 1994 he organizes the post academic training specialization stuttering of CIOOS and various training activities.

Ronny Boey is chairman of the Center for Information, Research and Training on Stuttering (CIOOS). He has been chairman of the Flemish Association for Speech Therapists (VVL) since 2020 and holds various positions, including chairman of the Scientific Council, member of the convention working group and mandatary in various committees at the NIHDI and the government. He is a member of ASHA and of SIG4 (Fluency Disorders), SIG18 (Telepractice), SIG (Research). He is a member of the International Fluency Association (IFA) and of the Scientific Guidance Committee of the Oxford Dysfluency Conference (ODC).

He is a guest speaker and guest lecturer at various universities: Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Université de Liège (ULg), Université de Mons (UMons), Université de Genève (H) and in stutter training programmes of the Union Professionnelle des Logopèdes Francophones (UPLF), the Association Scientifique et Ethique des Logopèdes Francophones (ASELF), London Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (UK) and at various national and international conferences (IFA World Congres, Oxford Dysfluency Conference, ECFS, NVST, VVL, UPLF).

In 2017 R. Boey and H. Niessen were awarded the prize of the Flemish Association for Speech Therapists for the innovative scientific work in the field of diagnostics of dyslexia and for the lifelong publications in the field of stuttering for R. Boey.
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