Counseling for SLPs

Hope C. Reed
  • Ages Birth - Adult
  • Pages 157
  • Format 8.5" x 11"
  • Product Code 31742 ( MR #066154 )

*Discontinued and no longer available.

Counsel with confidence and get better outcomes in therapy!

This long-needed Source explains the foremost approaches to counseling and applies them to the treatment of communication and swallowing disorders.
The author draws on research and years of experience to give practical, to-the-point, guidelines. You'll understand your counseling role as an SLP and know how to:
  • respond effectively to challenging behaviors (e.g., talk of suicide, bullying), emotions (e.g., anger, guilt), and situations (e.g., sharing bad news)
  • control interactions by using the right type of response (e.g., reframing, counter-question, affirmation)
  • build a team with students, parents, patients, and caregivers
  • address situations of potential abuse/neglect and suicide-risk
  • apply strategies to care for your personal mental and physical health
  • match your counseling techniques to work settings in:
    • early intervention
    • home health care
    • acute care, long-term care, and rehabilitation
    • private practice
    • schools and university clinics
  • tailor your counseling approach to the unique needs of individuals with:
    • progressive neurological diseases
    • aphasia
    • Childhood Apraxia of Speech and motor speech disorders
    • disorders of articulation and childhood language
    • craniofacial anomalies
    • hearing loss
    • dysphagia
    • stuttering
    • pervasive developmental disorders
    • psychiatric disorders
    • TBI and right hemisphere disorders
    • voice disorders and laryngectomy

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