Nov 3, 2019
In this episode, we begin by
reflecting on the counselling interventions and issues raised in
episode 1: Opposing views. We then introduce the case of
Frances*, who requested prenatal diagnosis for a condition known to
be in her family.
References mentioned in our
- McCarthy Veach
P, Leroy BS, Callanan NP
(eds.) (2003) Structuring
the Genetic Counseling Session: Initiating, Contracting, Ending,
and Referral. In: Facilitating the Genetic Counseling Process.
Springer, New York, NY.
- Hintermair M. Hearing
impairment, social networks, and coping: The need for families with
hearing-impaired children to relate to other parents and to
hearing-impaired adults, American Annals of the Deaf , 2000, vol.
145 (pg. 41-51).
- Richter B, Spahn C, Zschocke I,
Leuchter M, Laszig R, Löhle E. [Psychological stress, knowledge and
treatment expectation of parents with a child managed by cochlear
implant]. HNO. 2000 Sep;48(9) 675-683.
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