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By Lydia V. Flasher

No matter if you're a starting or more matured speech-language pathologist or audiologist, COUNSELING abilities FOR SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS AND AUDIOLOGISTS, 2E can equip you with powerful counseling talents had to aid your consumers take care of the demanding situations of verbal exchange issues. COUNSELING talents FOR SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS AND AUDIOLOGISTS is the one textual content on hand that mixes the insights of a well-respected scientific psychologist with the sensible wisdom of a famous speech-language pathologist to spotlight an important simple and complex counseling abilities. Written in easy language, this article locations the theories of counseling in real-life contexts which are appropriate for modern day speech-language pathologists and audiologists. a variety of, diverse examples drawn at once from the first-hand stories of the authors assist you improve proper and usable talents. Case experiences and confirmed studying gains refine your skill to regulate even the main not easy feelings, behaviors, and events.

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CHAPTER 1 26 Continued from previous page CLINICAL QUESTIONS 1. What advantages can you imagine when working in a client’s home? 2. What disadvantages or risks can you imagine when working in a client’s home? 3. What can you do as a clinician to minimize the risks of working in a client’s home? LEVEL II: “I CAN CONTINUE WORKING WITH YOU, BUT . ” Once again, we may not choose to say these words aloud, but we may need to consciously consider what we need to do to restructure the therapy environment.

The client will be able to deal with uncertainty with less anxiety. 7. The client will have a more positive view of self and others. 8. The client will have made a commitment to continue to grow. Crowe (1997) and Parkinson and Rae (1996) identify numerous purposes of counseling for our professions: 1. Listen actively and empathically to clients and families. 2. , interviewing and presenting diagnostic information). 3. , teaching parents how to listen to their child who is at risk for stuttering).

External) control. 4. The client will be able to recognize and accept responsibility for her feelings. 5. The client will demonstrate an increased use of “I” statements rather than “you” statements. 6. The client will be able to deal with uncertainty with less anxiety. 7. The client will have a more positive view of self and others. 8. The client will have made a commitment to continue to grow. Crowe (1997) and Parkinson and Rae (1996) identify numerous purposes of counseling for our professions: 1.

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