Psychology of Voice Disorders

Second Edition

Deborah Caputo Rosen, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, Robert T. Sataloff

Details: 432 pages, Hardcover, Full Color Insert, 6" x 9"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-235-0

© 2021 | Available

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The voice is a central part of identity, connection, and communication. As such, the psychological effects of a voice disorder, especially for individuals who use their voices professionally, can be profound and wide-reaching. The second edition of Psychology of Voice Disorders is a guide for healthcare professionals who care for patients dealing with vocal issues, including mental health professionals, speech-language pathologists, physicians, and other members of the medical team. 

Psychology of Voice Disorders was the first book to offer insights into the psychology of patients with voice disorders, including the interaction between the disorder, treatment, and patient self-esteem. The revised edition builds on the features of the original to provide comprehensive support for professionals treating voice disorders.

New to the Second Edition

•    New coauthor, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, MD
•    Three new chapters: 

o    Research Approaches in the Intersection of Voice Disorders and Psychology
o    Psychiatric Manifestations of Medications Prescribed Commonly in Otolaryngology 
o    Trauma in Voice

•    A completely rewritten chapter on psychoactive medications and their effects on the voice, providing the most comprehensive overview of the topic available
•    Updated information on psychological assessment for patients with voice disorders 
•    Revised and expanded chapters covering common medical diagnoses, comorbid psychopathology, special considerations for voice professionals, and psychogenic dysphonia
•    Added materials on current approaches to assessment and treatment

Reviews

"Indeed the preface tells us that this book is primarily aimed at psychological professionals, for whom we get the inevitable introductory chapters on the basic sciences, with some very familiar diagrams. It is 20 years since the publication of the first edition and it is indeed surprising that this remains the only book dedicated to such a commonly presented topic. The preface is particularly helpful in showing where chapters are largely unchanged or where they have been thoroughly updated and revised (the vast majority in practice).  This edition adds a new chapter on research methodology hoping to inspire psychological professionals, with another new one on trauma and the voice. [...] This remains the only text covering the message of its title and it clearly has been thoroughly and commendably updated."
Liam M. Flood, FRCS, FRCSI in Journal of Laryngology and Otology (August 2020)

"The book starts with a thorough review of voice anatomy, physiology, and all that goes into a medical voice evaluation including common medical diagnoses associated with this patient population. Throughout, the book takes the time to thoroughly describe the intersection between psychological professionals and other voice team members and how they can complement treatment of the patient. The chapter titles act as a helpful guide to readers on specific topics such as special psychological considerations for voice professionals, comorbid psychopathology, vocal fold injury, trauma in voice, voice surgery, neurological disorders affecting voice, cancer treatment, stress, and performance anxiety to name a few. The book has an excellent glossary, which can quickly guide professionals seeking more information on their topics of choice. The references are extensive and an invaluable resource to further guide curious practitioners. A highlight of the book is the excellent review of psychiatric manifestations of medications prescribed commonly by otolaryngologists for non-psychological conditions as well as psychoactive medications and their effects on the voice. 
This book is an excellent resource for voice-focused clinicians, whether they be in the psychological, behavioral, or otolaryngological domains. As the authors point out, this book remains the only publication to date dedicated to this topic."
—Jonelyn Langenstein, MM, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, in Doody's Reviews (October 2020)

Preface

Acknowledgements

About the Authors

Contributors

 

Chapter 1. Introduction

Deborah Caputo Rosen, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 2. Anatomy and Physiology of the Voice

Robert Thayer Sataloff and Deborah Caputo Rosen

 

Chapter 3. The Medical History and Physical Examination of the Disordered Voice Patient

Robert Thayer Sataloff and Deborah Caputo Rosen

 

Chapter 4. Research Approaches in the Intersection of Voice Disorders and Psychology

Miriam van Mersbergen

 

Chapter 5. Common Medical Diagnoses and Treatments in Patients With Voice Disorders: An Introduction and Overview

Robert Thayer Sataloff, Mary J. Hawkshaw, and Johnathan B. Sataloff

 

Chapter 6. Psychiatric Manifestations of Medications Prescribed Commonly in Otolaryngology

Steven H. Levy, Mona M. Abaza, Mary J. Hawkshaw, Robert Thayer Sataloff, and Reinhardt J. Heuer

 

Chapter 7. Psychoactive Medications and Their Effects on the Voice

Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, Deborah Caputo Rosen, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 8. Psychological Assessment of Patients with Voice Disorders

Deborah Caputo Rosen and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 9. Comorbid Psychopathology

Deborah Caputo Rosen, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, and Stephanie Misono

 

Chapter 10. Voice Professionals: Special Psychological Considerations

Deborah Caputo Rosen and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 11. Psychogenic Dysphonia

Deborah Caputo Rosen, Maximillian H. Shmidheiser, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, Jesse Hoffmeister, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 12. Response to Vocal Injury

Deborah Caputo Rosen, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 13. Trauma in Voice

Elisa Monti

 

Chapter 14. Response to Voice Surgery

Deborah Caputo Rosen and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 15. Neurological Disease Affecting the Voice

Shyam K. Akula, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, Alyssa R. Rosen, Deborah Caputo Rosen, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 16. Cancer and Voice

Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, Deborah Caputo Rosen, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 17. Stress Management

Deborah Caputo Rosen, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 18. Performance Anxiety

Deborah Caputo Rosen, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 19. Psychotherapeutic Management of Patients with Voice Disorders

Deborah Caputo Rosen, Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Chapter 20. Perceived Voice Loss in Professional Voice Users: Principles and Case Studies with Guided Drawing Assignments

Deborah Caputo Rosen and Robert Thayer Sataloff

 

Appendix I. Psychological Assessment Instruments

Index

Deborah Caputo Rosen

Deborah Caputo Rosen, PhD, RN, is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in health psychology. She maintains a private practice in psychology and clinical hypnosis specializing in care of people with health concerns, communication disorders, chronic pain, and life-altering illness, including grief, loss, and bereavement. She is a consulting clinical psychologist at Philadelphia Ear, Nose and Throat Associates (PENTA). Dr. Caputo Rosen is also a registered nurse and certified otorhinolaryngology nurse. She served as a nurse-clinician and research associate at the American Institute for Voice and Ear Research.

In addition to her clinical, administrative and educational roles in nursing and behavioral health, Dr. Caputo Rosen designed and delivered interventions to promote health equity, language access, and patient safety in academic health care institutions as an executive and, later, as a consultant.

She received her Diploma in Nursing from Lankenau Hospital School of Nursing, her Bachelor of Science in Sociology with a concentration in community health from St. Joseph’s University, her Master of Science in Counseling and Human Relations from Villanova University, and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Union Institute Graduate School.

In addition to her licensure as a registered nurse and clinical psychologist, Dr. Caputo Rosen is a certified practitioner of Ericksonian hypnosis and Neurolinguistic Programming. She serves on the Editorial Board of Journal of Voice. Dr. Caputo Rosen has authored or co-authored a textbook, numerous book chapters, and journal articles. She presents seminars, lectures, and courses on psychological components of patient safety, health maintenance, communication disorders, end-of-life care, and bereavement.

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Johnathan Brandon Sataloff

Johnathan Brandon Sataloff, MD is a graduate of Amherst College, and Harvard Medical School where he received the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award. He is currently a resident in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He has published several articles and now three books. In addition to his medical activities, he is an accomplished pianist and poet. He plans to dedicate a portion of his academic psychiatry career to performing arts psychiatry.

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Robert T. Sataloff

Robert Thayer Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS, is Professor and Chairman in the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery and Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Academic Specialties at Drexel University College of Medicine. He is also Adjunct Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University; as well as on the faculty of the Academy of Vocal Arts.

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