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This groundbreaking text, now in its second edition, is still the only book of its kind. It is the first resource for speech-language pathologists and voice clinicians who assist transgender/transsexual patients in developing authentic voices, language, and nonverbal communication congruous with their gender identification. This text guides clinicians who work with the transgender/transsexual population in designing and administering a mindful, focused, and efficient treatment plan. Outstanding features include thorough background information on history, sociology, psychology, and medical terminology relevant to this population and the overall role of the voice therapist and speech-language pathologist in the transition of a transgender client. Chapters cover each aspect of a communication training program, including case studies, summaries, appendices and an extensive bibliography. An accompanying Audio CD shows before and after communication therapy examples.The second edition includes: Two new chapters Contributions from two authors who have been through the transgender process and are also voice coaches A new focus on evidence-based data Updated references to the latest research Speech-language Pathologists, ENT physicians, and professors within the areas of singing, theatre, and voice disorders will find this text to be a necessary resource.
|Publication date:||31st May 2012|
|Author:||Richard Kenneth Adler|
|Publisher:||Plural Publishing Inc|
|Format:||Mixed media product|
|Categories:||Speech & language disorders & therapy,|
Richard Adler, Ph.D. Richard K. Adler is a professor of speech language hearing sciences at Minnesota State University Moorhead, Moorhead, MN. He teaches courses in Voice Disorders, Neuroanatomy, Motor Speech Disorders, and Phonetics. His research interests include Transgender Voice and Communication Therapy, Professional Practices, and Gender Discrimination within the field of Speech Language Pathology. He is an active member of ASHA and the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH). He is the first speech-language pathologist appointed to the writing committee for the 7th Edition of the Standards of Care for WPATH. He will also be the United States ...More About Richard Kenneth Adler