Clinical Skills for Speech-language Pathologists
Dr. Goldberg has presented workshops on clinical skills to enthusiastic audiences throughout the United States and Central Americal. Clinical Skills For Speech-Language Pathologists: Practical Applications, an outgrowth of those workshops, provides a research basis and practical suggestions for developing and using clinical skills that are appropriate to all clients (core) as well as clients from various cultural backgrounds (culturally-specific). TEXTBOOK
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