Considerations for Facilitating & Promoting Behavior Change in the Voice Clinic - Disclosure

Course Description

This course provided a review of theories behind people making changes in behavior. Specifically it addressed evidence based practice patterns for clinicians in working with patients who are seeking changes in their behavior as it pertains to voice and upper airway disorders.

Elements of Competence

Interview of the combined staff at the UW-Madison Voice and Swallowing Clinic in Madison, Wisconsin, and identified a need for education in optimizing changes in behavior as it relates to patients undergoing therapy for voice and upper airway disorders.


1. Describe theories and constructs of behavior change.
2. Explain core challenges to behavior change as it relates to patients with voice and upper airway disorders
3. Recommend evidence-based practices for supporting behavior change in patients receiving services in the voice clinic.

Method of Participation

The estimated time to complete this online activity and exam is 1 hour(s). To receive credit, a passing grade of 100% is required on a short online quiz. You will have opportunities to retake the quiz to achieve a passing score. After you have completed your exam and evaluation you will be able to automatically print your credit letter.


ASHA Approved Provider

0.10 ASHA CEUS, Intermediate Level


Lisa Vinney, PhD, CCC-SLP

Faculty Disclosure

In compliance with requirements of ASHA's Continuing Education Board concerning transparency in course planning, delivery and marketing, below is information of speakers' financial and non-financial interests relevant to the content of their presentations.

Instructional Personnel/Guest Speakers

Financial Disclosure: Employed PRN by UW Health
Non-Financial Disclosure: None

Commercial Support

There is no commercial support for this activity.

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