Counseling in Audiologic Practice is designed to guide students and practicing audiologists in the mastery of counseling skills to meet the needs of patients and families suffering from hearing loss.
This text examines the range of emotions experienced by parents following the diagnosis of pediatric hearing loss as well as the less recognized emotional impact accompanying adult hearing loss. Discussion based upon counseling theory reveals the variety of dynamics within audiologists' interactions with patients to help clinicians more completely address the personal adjustment/support counseling needs of individuals, families, and groups as well as those approaching audiologic services from within the context of a culturally divergent background.
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