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This is the first comprehensive clinical guide to voice and communication therapy for TG/TS clients. The authors’ goal is to aid clinicians in designing and administering a focused and efficient treatment plan, while providing the clinician with the background on and the complexities of the client’s transition process. Beginning with specific terminology, aspects of ethics and confidentiality, and competence issues, the book outlines theory, research, and practice skills, as well as treatment planning. Each chapter suggests safe, appropriate, evidence-based protocols for working in the areas of pitch, intonation, volume, rate, articulation, language, resonance, carry-over, and non-verbal communication. Other outstanding features include coverage of the wide range of considerations, including the team approach and the role of the speech-language pathologist in treatment. Chapters include case studies and the appendices and extensive bibliography further enhance the depth and usefulness of this resource. An accompanying audio CD shows "before and after" communication therapy examples from ten M to F clients. An ideal resource for providing compassionate, focused and successful treatment for TG/TS clients.
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Richard K. Adler, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, F-ASHA Dr. Richard K. Adler, CCC-SLP, has been a speech-language pathologist for 36 years. He has worked in a variety of employment settings including public schools, university clinics, hospitals, private practice, and private clinics. He is currently Professor of Speech Language and Hearing Sciences at Minnesota State University, Moorhead (MSUM), where he also directs the Voice Disorders Clinic and supervises undergraduate and graduate students in the MSUM Clinic. In the past three years, he started a Transsexual/Transgender Voice and Communication Program within the MSUM Speech and Hearing Clinic. He has presented many workshops and seminars at local, state, and national speech and hearing conventions in the areas of transsexual voice and communication, traumatic brain injury, multicultural issues, listening skills, interpersonal communication, and gender issues in the voice clinic. He teaches courses in neuroanatomy, adult and pediatric neurogenics, research, phonetics, introduction to speech language and hearing sciences, and directs research projects and theses in the department; he also teaches Rhetorical Criticism of Feminist Speakers/Lecturers in the MSUM Master of Liberal Arts degree program. Dr. Adler's research areas include traumatic brain injury, multicultural issues, course development, GLBT issues in the academic and clinical setting, and transgender/transsexual voice and communication. Sandy Hirsch, M.S., CCC Ms. Hirsch holds a B.A. in French and classics with a minor in music from the University of Lancaster, England and a M.S. in speech-language pathology from the University of Washington. She has been in private practice in Seattle since 1994 serving both business and clinical sectors. She has made voice and communication therapy with the transgender/transsexual population an important focus of her practice. Ms. Hirsch is also on staff at a Seattle Hospital. She lives in Seattle with her husband and two sons. Michelle Mordaunt, M.S./CCC-SLP holds a Master's degree from Purdue University, and has been a speech-language pathologist for fifteen years. She has worked primarily with adults in a variety of clinical and hospital settings. From 1995 until 2005, Ms. Mordaunt was the lecturer/clinical supervisor in the area of Voice and Voice Disorders at the University of Washington, Speech and Hearing Department in Seattle, Washington. While at the University of Washington, in addition to serving general voice and speech disorder clients, she developed a comprehensive voice and communication program for Transgender/Transsexual individuals. Ms. Mordaunt has made frequent presentations in the area of Transgender/Transsexual communication at American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) conventions. She also presented at the Washington State Speech and Hearing Association (WSHA) conference, and has presented at the Northwest Transgender/Transsexual Esprit conference on numerous occasions. Ms. Mordaunt's work at the University of Washington has been featured in the San Francisco Examiner, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and Advance Magazine for Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists. Her work in this area has also been recognized on National Public Radio (NPR -KUOW), and Northwest Evening Magazine, a television commentary program. Ms. Mordaunt is currently practicing in the Seattle area, where she is developing a private practice, while continuing to work in clinical and public sectors. Ms. Mordaunt lives in the Seattle area with her two sons.Review:
“...a most useful resource for therapists...provides a highly comprehensive approach to all aspects of therapy..." --Barbara L. Blagnys, Specialist Speech and Language Therapist, Norwich Primary Care Trust
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Book Description Plural Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11159756012X
Book Description Plural Publishing, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M159756012X
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