Mental Health Module 3: Introduction to Counseling Deaf People with Language and Learning Challenges - 009051
In this third in the series of three videos, Neil Glickman, Ph.D., presents information about deaf individuals that can and does impact providing counseling services to this population. He covers a number of issues, including language deprivation, appropriate communication supports, development, and others. He also provides some very specific information and suggestions for working with this population in the counseling setting. Presenter: Neil Glickman, Ph.D.

Audiences Parents, Teacher - Special Education, Counselors, Interpreters, Psychologists


SessionScheduleLocation
01540111/01/2017 - 08/31/2019Online
Fee   None
Credit Hours   01:00 hours of Continuing Professional Education 
Presenter   TxDHHS TxDHHS 
Seats Left   4860 

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