Wanting to Talk: Counselling Case Studies in Communication Disorders

Wanting to Talk: Counselling Case Studies in Communication Disorders

By: Diana Syder (author)Paperback

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Written by speech and language therapists, psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists, this book demonstrates the process of counselling and the various counselling approaches that may be used with people who have communication disorders.

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Diana Syder, lately University of Sheffield UK


List of contributors. Preface. Acknowledgements. Chapter 1 Some counselling issues in speech and language therapy -- Diana Syder. Chapter 2 Mark: relationship problems for a 13 year--old with severe hearing impairment -- Pggy Dalton. Chapter 3 Fran: understanding and treating psychogenic dysphonia from a cognitive--behavioural perspective -- Peter Butcher and Lesley Cavalli. Chapter 4 Chris, Usha and Bridget: supporting bullied students -- Sonia Sharp. Chapter 5 Harrya s story: becoming a counsellor following a stroke -- Harry Clarke. Chapter 6 Lost child: therapeutic work with a mother of an infant with severe learning disabilities -- Kathryn S Lewis. Chapter 7 James: counselling an adult with articulation problems -- Diana Syder. Chapter 8 Two hypnotherapy studies: with a 74--year--old woman sho has Parkinsona s disease and with a 40--year--old man who has spastic dysphonia -- Allison Pennington. Chapter 9 Inside the therapeutic relationship -- Celia Levy and a client. Chapter 10 Andrew: psychoanalytic psychotherapy with a autistic child -- Graham Shulman. Chpater 11 Supervision -- Diana Syder and Celia Levy. References. Index.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781861560674
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 316
  • ID: 9781861560674
  • weight: 546
  • ISBN10: 1861560672

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