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Voice and Communication Therapy for the Transgender/Gender Diverse Client
A Comprehensive Clinical Guide
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Richard K. Adler, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, is now retired and a Professor Emeritus from Minnesota State University Moorhead, Moorhead, MN. He has a BA in speech correction from Long Island University, Brooklyn, an MA in Speech/Linguistics from New York University, an MA in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Akron, Ohio, and a PhD in Psycholinguistics and Communication from the Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Dr. Adler's career has spanned nearly 50 years as an SLP in public schools, hospitals, private practice, university teaching, clinical supervision, research, mentoring, consulting, and writing. He has published many articles on such subjects as Teaching, Voice and Communication for Transgender individuals, Voice Disorders, Counseling, and TBI.============================================================================================Sandy Hirsch, MS, CCC-SLP, is a private practitioner with Give Voice in Seattle, WA. She received her BA in French and Classics with a minor in music (singing) in 1981 from Lancaster University, UK. Following, she pursued a career in theatre and moved to the United States from London in 1982. Ms. Hirsch received her MS in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Washington in 1989. She has been an ASHA-certified SLP since 1990, focusing on voice and neurological disorders. She has practiced in hospital and school settings. For over 25 years, Ms. Hirsch has made voice and communication modification with gender diverse people the focus of her private practice. She is a member of the Ingersoll Transgender Professional Consult Group in Seattle, WA, WPATH, CPATH, the Voice Foundation, the Northwest Chapter of the Voice Foundation, VASTA and WSHLA.=========================================================================================Jack Pickering, PhD, CCC-SLP, is a Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York and speech-language pathologist for Capital Region ENT. For over ten years, he has directed the college's Voice and Communication Program for People in the Transgender Community with Dan Kayajian, MS, CCC-SLP. Jack has been an ASHA-certified SLP since 1984, focusing on the assessment and treatment of voice disorders. He received his BA and MA from the University of Maine, and his doctoral degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences at Ohio University in 1990. His teaching interests include voice disorders, transgender voice and communication, motor speech disorders, and counseling for communication disorders.
Preface by Sandy Hirsch, MS, CCC-SLP, Foreword by Aaron H. Devor, PhD, FSSS, FSTLHE. Acknowledgments. Editors and Contributors. Chapter 1. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Transgender Health, Maria Soedersten, Ulrika Nygren, Stellan Hertegard, and Cecilia Dhejne. Chapter 2. Psychotherapy and Support for Transgender Clients, Arlene Lev, Darren Cosgrove, and Timothy Crumley. Chapter 3. The Role of the SLP in Counseling, Richard K. Adler and Jack Pickering. Chapter 4. Medical Considerations, Linda Gromko and Kevin Hatfield. Chapter 5. Voice and Communication Modification: Historical Perspective, Jack Pickering and McKenzee Greene. Chapter 6. Evidence Based Practice in Voice Training for Trans Women, Jennifer M. Oates. Chapter 7. Considerations for Intake and Assessment, Georgia Dacakis. Chapter 8. Vocal Health and Phonotrauma, Richard K. Adler and Christella Antoni. Chapter 9. Transmasculine Voice and Communication, Christie Block, Viktoria G. Papp, and Richard K. Adler. Chapter 10. Pitch and Intonation, Marylou Pausewang Gelfer, Jack Pickering, and Michelle Mordaunt. Chapter 11. The Art and Science of Resonance, Articulation, and Volume, Sandy Hirsch, Marylou Pausewang Gelfer, and Joan Boonin. Chapter 12. Nonverbal Communication: Assessment and Training Considerations across the Gender and Cultural Spectrum, Sandy Hirsch and Joan Boonin. Chapter 13. Group Voice and Communication Training, Daniel M. Kayajian, Jack Pickering, and Michelle Mordaunt. Chapter 14. The Singing Voice, Anita L. Kozan and Sandra C. Hammond. Chapter 15. Meeting the Needs of Gender Diverse Actors: Personal, Clinical, and Artistic Perspectives, Christine Adaire, Delia Kropp, Sandy Hirsch, and Rebecca Root. Chapter 16. Considerations for Discharge and Maintenance, Leah B. Helou and Sandy Hirsch. Chapter 17. A Call to Action: Meeting The Unique Needs of Trans and Gender Diverse Young People, Sandy Hirsch, Richard K. Adler, and Jack Pickering. Index.