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ISBN-10:
0890797404
ISBN-13:
9780890797402
Pub. Date:
01/01/1999
Publisher:
PRO-ED, Incorporated
Stuttering Intervention : A Collaborative Journey to Fluency Freedom / Edition 1

Stuttering Intervention : A Collaborative Journey to Fluency Freedom / Edition 1

by David Allen Shapiro, Pro-Ed

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Overview

Stuttering Intervention promotes an individualized, collaborative approach to assessment and treatment with people who stutter and their families. Written for student clinicians and professionals in speech-language pathology, this book provides specific clinical procedures with accompanying rationale. Also, it outlines an interdisciplinary perspective, while maintaining sensitivity toward multicultural and other diversities.

In this work, you can find detailed information and directions regarding the intervention process for clients from preschool age through senior adulthood. What's more, you'll find a clinical method that is --

  • Practical
  • Directly applied
  • Reliable
  • Accountable
  • Theoretically grounded
  • Based on research across human service disciplines

The author brings together elements of clinical practice not often integrated, such as the significance of --

  • Clients' and clinicians' beliefs, attitudes, and values on the therapeutic process
  • Family systems and interdisciplinary teams
  • Multicultural considerations
  • The clinician and the client-clinician relationship
  • Efficacy studies
  • ASHA's policies regarding accreditation of training programs and certification requirements
  • Professional preparation and lifelong learning
  • and much more

You'll find this book unique in its scope and in David Shapiro's strong belief in the human aspects of intervention. His use of personal anecdotes and clinical portraits delineating the steps for assessment and treatment grounds this book firmly in the practical realm. Written in a style that is not only readable but engaging, stimulating, and challenging, Stuttering Intervention is an invaluable resource that helps clinicians design and implement effective intervention with people who stutter and their families. This book is a long-awaited, major breakthrough and should not be missed.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780890797402
Publisher: PRO-ED, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/01/1999
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 591
Product dimensions: 7.10(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

Contents
Unit I -- Stuttering in Relief: A Foundation for Intervention
1. The Nexus of Stuttering: An Introduction
2. The Onset, Development, and Nature of Stuttering
3. Etiology and Treatment of Stuttering:Past and Present
4. Other Fluency Disorders
Unit II -- Central and Guiding Intervention Assumptions
5. Personal Constructs and Family Systems: Intrafamily Considerations
6. Interdisciplinary Teaming
7. Stuttering Modification and Fluency Shaping: Psychotherapeutic Considerations
Unit III -- Assessment and Treatment Strategies with People Who Stutter: A Life Span Perspective
8. Preschool Children: Assessment and Treatment
9. School-Age Children Who Stutter: Assessment and Treatment
10. Adolescents, Adults, and Senior Adults Who Stutter: Assessment and Treatment
Unit IV -- The Clinician: A Paragon of Change
11. The Clinician and the Client-Clinician Relationship
12. Professional Preparation and Lifelong Learning: The Making of a Clinician
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