“Minding the Gap:” Counseling Strategies for Tweens and Teens with Hearing Loss
Program description: Tweens and teens with hearing loss face many challenges, and often have no one to talk to about them. This presentation will describe a range of strategies designed to give young people an opportunity to talk to us as we redefine our role to listener and supporter.
Three course objectives (The participants will): no more or less than 3
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Kris English, Ph.D., earned her doctorate from San Diego State/Claremont Graduate Universities in California, and is a professor at the University of Akron/NOAC. She has authored, co-authored or edited 8 books and 21 chapters, and has presented over 200 workshops and papers in the US, Canada, and Europe, primarily on the topic of audiologic counseling. She recently completed 5 years of service as a Board member for the American Academy of Audiology, including a term as President in 2009-2010.
Time Ordered Outline
0:00 – Welcome and introduction of presenter
0:05 – Cognitive development in teen years
0:15 – Development of self-identity
0:30 – Description and examples of two counseling strategies with case studies
0:55 – Summary and thank you
1:00 – Close