The Selective Mutism Resources Manual

The Selective Mutism Resources Manual
AAMT14089

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Selectively mute children are at a significant disadvantage personally, socially and educationally. This unique manual emphasises practical assessment and treatment and provides advice and information, filling a significant gap in the availability of suitable resources in this field.

  • Uses an approach based on behavioural principles and a hierarchy of stages of confident speaking originally conceived by Anthony Glassberg.
  • Summarises relevant literature and theory and provides detailed ideas on assessment and management.
  • Includes case examples, photocopiable material, and a discussion about progress, transfer and discharge.
  • Written for teachers, clinical and educational psychologists, speech language therapists, child psychiatrists and parents.

Chapters:

  • Frequently asked questions
  • General assessment considerations and implications
  • Preliminary investigation
  • Child interview and assessment
  • Creating the right environment: advice for home and school
  • General treatment considerations
  • Overview of the treatment progression
  • A structured treatment programme
  • Eliciting speech for the first time/Generalising speech across people and settings/Effective practice
  • Parent and teacher support
  • Letting go
  • Illustrations of intervention.

Further Information

Author
Alison Wintgens and Maggie Johnson
Development need
Speech and language
Product type
Books
GBP44.99
GBP44.99 inc VAT
In stock
Quantity:

Selectively mute children are at a significant disadvantage personally, socially and educationally. This unique manual emphasises practical assessment and treatment and provides advice and information, filling a significant gap in the availability of suitable resources in this field.

  • Uses an approach based on behavioural principles and a hierarchy of stages of confident speaking originally conceived by Anthony Glassberg.
  • Summarises relevant literature and theory and provides detailed ideas on assessment and management.
  • Includes case examples, photocopiable material, and a discussion about progress, transfer and discharge.
  • Written for teachers, clinical and educational psychologists, speech language therapists, child psychiatrists and parents.

Chapters:

  • Frequently asked questions
  • General assessment considerations and implications
  • Preliminary investigation
  • Child interview and assessment
  • Creating the right environment: advice for home and school
  • General treatment considerations
  • Overview of the treatment progression
  • A structured treatment programme
  • Eliciting speech for the first time/Generalising speech across people and settings/Effective practice
  • Parent and teacher support
  • Letting go
  • Illustrations of intervention.

Further Information

Author
Alison Wintgens and Maggie Johnson
Development need
Speech and language
Product type
Books

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