Counseling in communication disorders :a wellness perspective
- au: Audrey L. Holland ; with a chapter on end-of-life issues by Stan Goldberg.
- Publish: San Diego : Plural Pub c2007.
- 出版年: 2007
- sb: Communication Disorders , PatientsCounseling of , Speech therapy , Audiology , Rehabilitation counseling , Communicative disorders , Counseling , Counseling methods , Communicative disorders Patients -- Counseling of , methods
- ISBN: 1597560499 , 1597560499 , 9781597560498 , 9781597560498
- ps: Includes bibliographical references and index Positive psychology in brief Good counselors: knowledge, skills, characteristics and attitudes Counseling parents of children at risk for disability: when the bad news comes early When the bad news comes later: counseling issues with children and adolescents with later developing communication disorders / written in collaboration with Patrick Finn Counseling adult clients and their families: when time is a friend Counseling adult clients and their families: when time is not friendly Workshops for teaching resilience, optimism to families and individuals with communication disorders: some possible formats There's an elephant in the room: issues in death and dying / written by Stan Goldberg
- URL: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip077/2006102015.html
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cence. She also features one-on-one activities and model workshop examples for use with groups. counsel clients and their families in an effective manner. The counseling skills introduced in this book are based on the model of positive psychology, a rapidly growing branch of psychology that ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- By incorporating the key elements of positive psychology into clinical practice, speech-language pathologists and audiologists can help patients live productively by succesfully managing their communication problems. Dr. Holland provides the theoretical framework, discusses how clinicians should be prepared to counsel clients with communication impairments, and provides clinical guidance on a lifespan basis. She offers examples, exercises and techniques for working with individuals and families who have communication disorders acquired in adulthood, for working with parents of children with catastrophic conditions present at birth, and forworking with the families of those who have incurred their communication