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Navigating Speech and Language Therapy


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Navigating the field of speech and language therapy can seem overwhelming to students and newly qualified therapists. This series provides concise, entry level summaries of key areas in speech and language therapy allowing a basic insight into a specific area of therapy and sign-posting readers to further resources. Comprising practical advice and guidance from an expert in the field, books are split into sections including assessment, therapy, psychological approaches and onward referral.

Divided into bite-sized tips and techniques, each book concludes with an appendix of where to go for more information, featuring professional organisations and useful websites. This series is a brilliant addition to the bookshelves of newly qualified speech and language therapists, and more experienced clinicians moving into a new area.

 

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Navigating Trans Voicing 50 Key Points to Support Students and Newly Qualified Speech and Language Therapists with Gender-Affirming Voice Therapy

Navigating Trans Voicing: 50 Key Points to Support Students and Newly Qualified Speech and Language Therapists with Gender-Affirming Voice Therapy

1st Edition

By Matthew Mills, Natasha Stavropoulos
June 30, 2024

This book is a resource for those new to the field of trans voicing. It summarises 50 key points needed to work collaboratively and effectively with trans and non-binary people, covering sections on: Trans cultural knowledge, sensitivity and awareness Vocal pedagogy and the therapeutic ...

Navigating Voice Disorders Around the Larynx in 50 Tips

Navigating Voice Disorders: Around the Larynx in 50 Tips

1st Edition

By Carolyn Andrews
December 13, 2022

This book comprises 50 tips for speech and language therapy practitioners who are new to, or less experienced in, working with adult voice disorders. It considers the full clinical pathway from assessment to management and on through to discharge. Packed with easily accessible, practical hints ...

Navigating AAC 50 Essential Strategies and Resources for Using Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Navigating AAC: 50 Essential Strategies and Resources for Using Augmentative and Alternative Communication

1st Edition

By Alison Battye
September 30, 2022

Speech and Language Therapists are assumed to have a knowledge of AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication). The reality is that, unless they have had a student clinical placement in this field, they will qualify with very little experience in this area. This book is an approachable guide to...

Navigating Telehealth for Speech and Language Therapists The Remotely Possible in 50 Key Points

Navigating Telehealth for Speech and Language Therapists: The Remotely Possible in 50 Key Points

1st Edition

By Rebekah Davies
July 20, 2022

There is so much to consider in any clinical consultation: identifying the individual is the one you expected, who is with the individual, which therapy intervention, resources, signposting, referrals, being cued in to responses for contextual information, evaluation and outcomes, planning next ...

Navigating Adult Stammering 100 Points for Speech and Language Therapists

Navigating Adult Stammering: 100 Points for Speech and Language Therapists

1st Edition

By Trudy Stewart
June 09, 2022

This book, the first in an exciting new series, provides speech and language therapy students and newly qualified and beginning stammering specialists with 100 key points that will help form a strong foundation for their work supporting adults and teenagers who stammer. Composed of practical, ...

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