Julie Feldman, Au.D. writes in her memoirs about her experiences of more than 35 years as a Clinical Audiologist in New York State. A must-read for anyone in the profession, thinking of becoming an Audiologist or anyone with a hearing loss or who knows someone with a hearing loss. Unlike texts for the professional or the memoirs of someone with hearing loss, this volume looks at the day-to-day life of a working clinician. It details the interaction between Audiologist and patient, clinician and organization and clinician with clinician, all with humor, warmth and honesty.
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About the Author
Julie Feldman, Au.D. received her (first) Master's Degree in Audiology in 1979 from Hunter College, City University of New York, and her Clinical Doctorate in Audiology in 2004 from the Arizona School of Health Sciences of the A.T. Still University. For over 35 years she has worked directly with the public, storing a lifetime of stories to tell about her professional world.