“LOVING, SUPPORTING, AND CARING FOR THE CANCER PATIENT: A GUIDE TO COMMUNICATION, COMPASSION, AND COURAGE”
“I Have Cancer” 48 Things to Do When You Hear Those Words
First Place Death and Dying, Finalist Self-Help, 2012 International Book Awards
Winner of the London Book Festival’s Best New International Book of 2010
Excerpt from Lessons for the Living was chosen as the lead chapter
Final chapter on end of life issues in major counseling book in communicative disorders
A book that can help parents enable their children to learn better and easier, regardless of their child’s learning style
Comprehensive look at clinical skills; not only for speech language pathologists but any professional trying to change clients attitudes or behaviors.
This professional book is for speech-language pathologists who specialize in stuttering therapy. It offers a differential diagnosis for disfluency and a unique approach to therapy.
This book contains the 19 winning essays from more than 8,000 entries in John Tempelton’s Power of Purpose worldwide essay contest. Stan Goldberg’s essay, “Fixing? Helping? Serving? appears in the book.
A chapter on 10 universal rules of change developed by Goldberg appears in this book. It was originally an article in Psychology Today.