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Weekly Counseling Series: Week 9

LINDSAY YOUNGCatch up on week 9 of the counseling series.  To view this presentation, please follow the link below and check back weekly for new presentation modules.

Week 9: Group Counseling

Each week, M.A. student Lindsay Young, will complete a presentation module focused on counseling in speech language pathology with an emphasis on TBI as part of an Independent Study course overseen by Wendy Chase, Director of Clinical Education.

Feel free to email Ms. Young with any questions at lindsay.young@uconn.edu

SLHS Undergraduates Invited to be Members of Phi Beta Kappa

Eighteen SLHS undergrads have been invited to become members of the Epsilon of Connecticut Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in recognition of their superlative academic achievements.   Congratulations to the following students on this incredible and well-deserved achievement!

Juniors: Vanessa Bak; Kara Casale; Theresa Canlon; Kayla Marcinczyk; Lisa Mueller

Seniors: Victoria Abolafia; Alexandra Antonides; Ashley Bean; Katherine Chmieleski; Abigail Garneau; Jessica Hazel; Kaylene King; Maria Marotti; Amanda Maule; Cynthia Romano; Brianna Schlemmer; Megan Speed; Madeleine York

 

Weekly Counseling Series: Weeks 6, 7, and 8

LINDSAY YOUNGCatch up on weeks 6, 7, and 8 of the counseling series.  To view these presentations, please follow the link below and check back weekly for new presentation modules.

Week 6: Reframing in Acquired Brain Injury Counseling

Week 7: Acute Care Diagnostic Counseling in Acquired Brain Injury

Week 8: Applying the WHO-ICF in Intervention for Clients with ABI

Each week, M.A. student Lindsay Young, will complete a presentation module focused on counseling in speech language pathology with an emphasis on TBI as part of an Independent Study course overseen by Wendy Chase, Director of Clinical Education.

Feel free to email Ms. Young with any questions at lindsay.young@uconn.edu

New Weekly Counseling Series: Weeks 3, 4, and 5

LINDSAY YOUNGCatch up on weeks 3, 4, and 5 of the counseling series.  To view these presentations, please follow the link below and check back weekly for new presentation modules.

Week 3: Theories of Counseling

Week 4: Stages of the Counseling Relationship

Week 5: Emotions in Communication Disorders

Each week, M.A. student Lindsay Young, will complete a presentation module focused on counseling in speech language pathology with an emphasis on TBI as part of an Independent Study course overseen by Wendy Chase, Director of Clinical Education.

Feel free to email Ms. Young with any questions at lindsay.young@uconn.edu

Dr. Emily Myers featured in UConn Today

myersDr. Emily Myers was featured in an article in UConn Today.  The article examined the current research Dr. Myers is performing in her Language and Brain Lab utilizing advanced research technology to understand speech acquisition.

To read the full article, click here.  Well done, Dr. Myers!

New Weekly Counseling Series: Week 2 – Basic Techniques in Counseling

LINDSAY YOUNG This week’s module is focused on Basic Techniques in Counseling.  To view the presentation, please follow the link below and check back weekly for new presentation modules.

Week 2: Basic Techniques in Counseling

 

 

 

Each week, M.A. student Lindsay Young, will complete a presentation module focused on counseling in speech language pathology with an emphasis on TBI as part of an Independent Study course overseen by Wendy Chase, Director of Clinical Education.

Feel free to email Ms. Young with any questions at lindsay.young@uconn.edu

New Weekly Counseling Series: Week 1 – Roles and Responsibilities of the SLP in Counseling

LINDSAY YOUNGEach week, M.A. student Lindsay Young, will complete a presentation module focused on counseling in speech language pathology with an emphasis on TBI as part of an Independent Study course overseen by Wendy Chase, Director of Clinical Education.  This week’s module was centered on the Roles and Responsibilities of the SLP in Counseling.  To view the presentation, please follow the link below and check back weekly for new presentation modules.

Week 1: Roles and Responsibilites of the SLP in Counseling

Feel free to email Ms. Young with any questions at lindsay.young@uconn.edu

 

 

Drs. Erika Skoe, Jennifer Tufts, and Christine Hare awarded research grant from the American Hearing Research Foundation

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Drs. Erika Skoe, Jennifer Tufts, and Christine Hare have been awarded a research grant from the American Hearing Research Foundation (http://american-hearing.org/) to study the early warning signs of noise-induced hearing loss in college musicians. This multi-lab collaboration, which received support from the UConn Speech and Hearing Fund in 2014-2015, seeks to identify biomarkers of hearing loss before the loss becomes clinically significant. This project unites research and clinical faculty in the department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences as part of a larger effort by the department and the UConn Speech and Hearing Clinic to provide hearing screenings as well as hearing conservation education and services to music students at UConn. For more information about the project and how you can get involved, please email: musiconnstudy@gmail.com.

Congratulations on this achievement!