Introduction to Clinical Methods in Communication Disorders (Chapter 1)
Introduction (Chapter 1) to the book by the same name. Clinical art and science: Even the clinician with the highest level of technical training and the most scientific outlook sometimes has to remember that our clients are first and foremost people—people with complicated, sometimes conflicting feelings and needs; people who sometimes do not use their clinical time efficiently; people whose motivation to learn better communication skills is sometimes overwhelmed by their emotions or the broader circumstances of their lives. A good clinician must be part scientist, humanist, and philosopher, someone who is willing to carefully evaluate what professionals do (and do not do) as part of the clinical services.
Paul, R. (2014). Introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders (Chapter 1). In Paul, R. (Ed). Introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders (3rd ed., pp. 1-24). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders
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Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.