Wanting to Talk. Counselling Case Studies in Communication Disorders

  • ID: 2224137
  • Book
  • 316 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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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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List of contributors vii

Preface xi

Acknowledgements xiii

Chapter 1 1

Some counselling issues in speech and language therapyDiana Syder

Chapter 2 32

Mark: relationship problems for a 13–year–old with severe hearing impairmentPeggy Dalton

Chapter 3 60

Fran: Understanding and treating psychogenic dysphonia from a cognitive–behavioural perspectivePeter Butcher and Lesley Cavalli

Chapter 4 90

Chris, Usha and Bridget: supporting bullied studentsSonia Sharp

Chapter 5 105

Harry s story: becoming a counsellor following a strokeHarry Clarke

Chapter 6 132

Lost child: therapeutic work with a mother of an infant with severe learning disabilitiesKathryn S Lewis

Chapter 7 158

James: counselling an adult with articulation problemsDiana Syder

Chapter 8 185

Two hypnotherapy studies: with a 74–year–old woman who has Parkinson s disease and with a 40–year–old man who has spastic dysphoniaAllison Pennington

Chapter 9 208

Inside the therapeutic relationshipCelia Levy and a client

Chapter 10 230

Andrew: psychoanalytic psychotherapy with an autistic childGraham Shulman

Chapter 11 256

SupervisionDiana Syder and Celia Levy

References 289

Index 297

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