Psychology of Voice Disorders - Psychology of Voice Disorders

D.C.Rosen, J.B.Sataloff, and R.T.Sataloff
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Deborah Caputo Rosen, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

Details: 350 pages, Hardcover, Full Color Insert, 6" x 9"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-235-0

Release Date: 01/09/2020

 

The voice is a central part of identity, connection, and communication. As such, the psychological effects of a voice disorder, especially for individuals who use their voices professionally, can be profound and wide-reaching. The second edition of Psychology of Voice Disorders is a guide for medical health professionals who care for patients dealing with vocal issues, including mental health professionals, speech-language pathologists, physicians, and other members of the medical team. 

Psychology of Voice Disorders was the first book to offer insights into the psychology of patients with voice disorders, including the interaction between the disorder, treatment, and patient self-esteem. The revised edition builds on the features of the original to provide comprehensive support for professionals treating voice disorders.

New to the Second Edition

•    New coauthor, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, MD
•    Four new chapters: 

o    Research Approaches in the Intersection of Voice Disorders and Psychology by Miriam van Mersbergen, PhD, CCC-SLP 
o    Common Medical Diagnoses and Treatments in Patients with Voice Disorders: An Introduction and Overview 
o    Psychiatric Manifestations of Medications Prescribed Commonly in Otolaryngology 
o    Trauma in Voice by Elisa Monti, PhD

•    A completely rewritten chapter on psychoactive medications and their effects on the voice, providing the most comprehensive overview of the topic available
•    Updated information on psychological assessment for patients with voice disorders 
•    Revised and expanded chapters covering comorbid psychopathology, special considerations for voice professionals, and psychogenic dysphonia
•    Added materials on current approaches to assessment and treatment