Counseling Skills for Speech-language Pathologists and Audiologists
Written by a clinical psychologist and a speech-language pathologist, this text presents basic and advanced counseling skills as they are used by students and professionals in the communication sciences working with individuals with communication disorders. Written in user-friendly language, this text places the theories of counseling and the therapeutic process in real-life contexts that are applicable to speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
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THEORIES OF COUNSELING AND HOW THEY RELATE
Inregration of Theories
THE THERAPEUTIC PROCESS WITH CHALLENGING
WORKING WITH CHALLENGING AND DIFFICULT EMOTIONAL STATES
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