Counseling in audiology, or learning to listen: pre- and post-measures from an audiology counseling course.

@article{English1999CounselingIA,
  title={Counseling in audiology, or learning to listen: pre- and post-measures from an audiology counseling course.},
  author={Kris English and Lisa Lucks Mendel and T Rojeski and J E Hornak},
  journal={American journal of audiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={34-9}
}
Because of a "technology explosion," audiologists have more options than ever in providing for their patients' hearing needs. However, relatively few individuals with hearing loss seek out amplification, and those who do frequently report dissatisfaction with the quality of their interactions with audiologists. Most audiologists did not have coursework in counseling in their graduate programs, which may account for patient complaints. As part of a course development evaluation of an audiology… CONTINUE READING