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Voice Treatment for Children & Adolescents 1st Edition

Moya L. Andrews

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 1992
  • 637 Pages

Overview

This book will serve as a school-based SLP's surrogate clinical partner: helpful, filled with ideas, and always available. Comprehensive to the point of uniquely addressing the psychological aspects of childhood voice disorders, Voice Therapy for Children emphasizes hands-on therapy strategies ready to put into use the day the book is opened.

Moya L. Andrews, Indiana University, Bloomington

Moya L. Andrews Ed.D. is a Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculties at Indiana University, Bloomington. Dr. Andrews was born in Australia and received her bacelor's degree from the University of Queensland in Brisbane. Her master's degree is from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and her doctorate is from Teacher's College, Columbia University, New York City. She is certified, licensed speech-language pathologist and a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and of the Society of Ear, Nose, and Throat Advances in Children. She has worked in schools, clinics, and hospitals in Austrailia, Great Britain, and the United States and is a popular presenter of seminars here and abroad. Her publications include numberous research journal articles, therapy protocols, and Manual of Voice Treatment: Pediatrics Through Geriatrics, 2E, published by Singular Thomson Learning. She has received the Outstanding Clinician Award from the Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and the Distinguished Scholar Award from Indiana University's Office of Women's Affairs in Bloomington. She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Voice.
  • Brimming with therapy ideas.
  • Applicable to real caseloads.
  • Comprehensively answers clinician quandries.
  • Based on developmental realities.
  • Longitudinal studies add relevancy.
The Mechanisms Supporting Vice Production.
The Behaviors That ARe Produced.
Cognition And Learning About Voice.
Psychodynamics.
INFANTS & TODDLERS: DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES AND REIVEW OF DISORDERS.
Anatomy & Physiology.
Voice & Voice - Related Behaviors.
Cognition & Learning About Voice.
Psychodynamics: The Social & Emotional Factors.
PRESCHOOL AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN.
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS.
TREATMETN PROGRAMS & MODELS OF INTERVENTION.
THE CHANGEING ENVIRONMENT FOR DELIVERY OF SERVICE.

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FOR INSTRUCTORS

Voice Treatment for Children & Adolescents

ISBN: 9780769301075
This book will serve as a school-based SLP's surrogate clinical partner: helpful, filled with ideas, and always available. Comprehensive to the point of uniquely addressing the psychological aspects of childhood voice disorders, Voice Therapy for Children emphasizes hands-on therapy strategies ready to put into use the day the book is opened.

FOR STUDENTS

Voice Treatment for Children & Adolescents

ISBN: 9780769301075
Packed with treatment techniques and clinical materials, this book is a "must-have" for speech-language pathologists working on voice therapy with children. The practical assessment and treatment information is thoroughly grounded in a review of recent research and technological advancements in the area of voice, while the in-depth discussion of developmental issues relating to vocal maturation, from birth through adolescence, provides a solid foundation of knowledge on which the text is built. Also presented are problem-solving and team intervention models appropriate for SLPs working in clinical, school or medical settings.