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By Walter H. Manning

This completely up to date variation presents an expansive dialogue of the healing trip to expanding fluency. Humor, creativity, and different potent scientific strategies and rules are provided utilizing a framework of private adventure. completely mentioned are the choices and demanding situations confronted through those that stutter and the clinicians who support them in successfully speaking. no matter if you're a scholar or a clinician, this article is going to offer you the instruments crucial in making stuttering much less of a secret.

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It is also worth considering that clinicians should probably not be modeling these blocks to creativity to clients, who may already be experiencing them. Many of these views are nearly identical to those of David Luterman, an experienced counselor and author in the field of communication disorders (see Chapter 7). Luterman (2001) suggests that professional growth is severely limited by the clinician’s fear of making mistakes and an unwillingness to assume risks during the therapeutic or counseling process.

Such honesty, the Coopers prudently note, is much easier to manifest when the clinician enjoys working with the client, something which may not always be the case. They warn that the clinician also needs to resist the urge to tell clients how they should feel. As Luterman (2001) cautions, there is a great temptation to try to get the client to feel as we do; something to be avoided if we are to be helpful. The clinician may, however, indicate that although he or she understands a client’s feelings (empathy), he or she does not share them (sympathy), or at least does not necessarily agree that they are warranted by the situation.

Even more to the point, new clinicians are more likely to focus on the techniques rather than the person they are trying to help. ” Copyright 2009 Cengage Learning, Inc. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. Chapter 1 The Clinician and the Therapeutic Process 19 We are not suggesting that specific treatment techniques are unimportant, for we will discuss many of them in succeeding chapters. They are, of course, every bit as essential to treating clients as knowing how to pass and control the ball is to playing soccer.

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