This program examines the responsibilities of speech-language pathologists in the provision of counseling services. Context is provided through the use of videotaped interviews with individuals who have communication disorders and their families. Contemporary resources for enhancing counseling competence are identified and suggestions proposed for continued self-improvement.
This course was recorded on July 30, 2010
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The couseling methods that I wish I would have had in 1968!!! Being able to communicate with parents, the patient or significant others is so paramount for successful therapy outcomes. I had to learn this mostly by the seat of my pants and 30 years of practice. Videos also reflected the clients' or parents distress, lack of understanding, and the sence of being overwhelmed. I can't count the number of times when parents came into my therapy room for meetings and yesed me fakig understanding. wonderful syllabus. I will use the presenters e-mail! Bravo!!!
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Michael Flahive, Ph.D., CCC-SLP/A
Michael Flahive is a forty year member of the profession, holding clinical certification in both speech-language pathology and audiology. He is a university professor who has provided clinical services across his work career. Areas of interest include counseling, aural rehabilitation, issues of professional preparation and the applications of technology in our work . Flahive is a Fellow of ASHA.
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