Seminars in Hearing
Thieme Medical Publishers
Audiologists play a critical role in supporting patients as they provide diagnostic information about their hearing and in the delivery of treatment services. Graduate training related to counseling, however, varies among programs in the extent students are prepared to engage effectively and intentionally with patients. Instruction is needed to provide students with a framework that supports their ability to learn and implement evidence-based counseling services. This article addresses the impact patients can experience when counseling gaps exist, shares clinical instruction strategies that can support students' acquisition of counseling skills, and discusses considerations for integration of counseling education into graduate training programs.
Munoz, Karen F., "Counseling Skill Development in Audiology: Clinical Supervision Considerations" (2018). Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education Faculty Publications. Paper 496.
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