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Counseling: An Approach for Speech-Language PathologistsJeanna Riley
Communicating Effectively With Clients During a Speech-Language Pathologist/Interpreter Conference: Results of a SurveyHenrietter W. Langdon
Counseling Asian American Adults With Speech, Language, and Swallowing DisordersJames Y. Kuo, Xiaolu Hu
Working with Male-to-Female Transgendered Clients: Clinical ConsiderationsCarol Becklund Friedenberg
Gender Difference Considerations for Individuals With LaryngectomiesMinne S. Graham, Andrew D. Palmer
Counseling Challenges: Working With Older Clients and CaregiversMary Ann Toner and Barbara B. Shadden
Improving Communication in Adolescents With Language/Learning Disorders: Clinician Considerations and Adolescent SkillsJean M. Novak
Building Clinical Relationships With Teenagers Who StutterPatricia M. Zebrowski
Matching Hearing Technology to the Needs, Goals, and Preferences of Individual ListenersJune Antablin McCullough and Elaine Mormer
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