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Counseling and Interviewing in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology includes an overview of the role of counseling and the skills and techniques specific to counseling and interviewing. It provides a solutions-focused approach, integrating counseling and treatment using advanced communication skills to better understand and coach the patient. This unique guide uses original models and inventive techniques to impart the most helpful approaches to counseling as part of the therapy process in speech-language pathology and audiology. Filled with strategically positioned real life scenarios, each chapter delves into a key aspect of counseling, simplifying and clarifying the concepts and methods clinicians will find practical and comprehensive.
The models, methods, and illustrations in the book have been field tested in actual counseling courses for over 10 years, and student input has confirmed the relevance and impact of the text. A Solution Focus approach provides the book’s overarching theme and assures that clinicians and their clients remain committed to achieving well crafted, disorder-specific goals while they engage in sound and varied counseling methodologies.
Methods and scenarios delve into important variables that affect counseling choices, variables like culture, beliefs, age, and cognitive functioning. Crucial to success arethe clients’ “Circle of Power,” people in the clients’ lives who can become allies or adversaries depending in part on the clinician’s adeptness at counseling. This valuable resource provides a wide range of ways to increase the probability that results will be long-lasting, that the preferred future will be attained, that quality of life will be permanently enhanced.
Section 1 Groundwork for Interviewing and Counseling in Communication Science and Disorders
Chapter 1 The Role of Counseling in Communication Science and Disorders
Chapter 2 A Framework for Effective Counseling in Communication Science and Disorders
Section 2 The Solution Cycle – Phase One: Learning – “Telling the Story”
Chapter 3 Responsive Listening
Chapter 4 Small Talk: Climate, Attitudes and Motivations
Chapter 5 Information: Knowledge Transfer in the Counseling Process
Section 3 The Solution Cycle – Phase Two: Choosing Allies – “Developing the Circle of Power”
Chapter 6 Affirmation: Self and Stigma, Doubt and Confidence
Chapter 7 Alliances: Getting Support
Section 4 The Solution Cycle – Phase Three: Envisioning the Preferred Future – “Setting Goals”
Chapter 8 Persuasion/Direction: Changing Client Behavior
Chapter 9 Readiness as Openness
Section 5 The Solution Cycle – Phase Four: Creating the Preferred Future – “Making it Happen”
Chapter 10 Feeling: Thoughts and Emotions, Willingness and Resistance
Chapter 11 Goal Attainment: Tools and Strategies
Chapter 12 Becoming One’s Own Clinician
Cari M. Tellis, PhD, CCC-SLP-Associate Professor, Misericordia University, Dallas, Pennsylvania
Cari Tellis, Ph.D., CCC/SLP is an Associate tenured Professor in the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Misericordia University. Her areas of specialization include, voice, laryngeal physiology, laryngeal muscle anatomy and biochemistry, voice and speech science, and counseling in speech-language pathology. A singer herself, Dr. Tellis has devoted her life to the care, rehabilitation, and training of the voice. Dr. Tellis has authored and co-authored over 50 presentations at national, state, and international conferences. She has published her research in prestigious laryngology and voice journals, specifically, Annals of Otolaryngology, Journal of voice, and The Laryngoscope. Dr. Tellis is a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist and has over 13 years of clinical experience. She has taught a master’s level counseling class in speech-language pathology for the past 7 years. Dr. Tellis oversees all vocal rehabilitation services at the Misericordia University Speech-Language Hearing Center.
Orlando R. Barone, MA-Adjunct Professor, Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania, Executive Coach, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts
Orlando R. Barone is currently on the adjunct faculty at Villanova University, and he conducts the Emerging Leaders Program in Negotiation at the Harvard School of Public Health. He is past instructor in Training and Development at the Graduate School of St. Joseph’s University, and has instructed at the university level in sociology, education, communication skills, philosophy, and logic. Lonnie received his bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Villanova University and graduate degrees from the University of Delaware, where he was awarded the prestigious Unidel Fellowship for two consecutive years. Lonnie is president of BaroneAssociates, a Pennsylvania-based management consulting firm. He has received outstanding ratings as executive coach at The Wharton School of Business and as presenter on negotiation and safety at the Harvard School of Public Health. Lonnie is an educator and a state certified counselor who has counseled at the high school and collegiate levels. He has over 25 years’ experience as a coach, negotiation trainer, change consultant, author, and presenter specializing in interpersonal effectiveness, negotiation, leadership and management development, leadership, performance management, team building, and training design.