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Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $40, shipping and handling included. Abstract: This videotape presents 30 scenes in which people are interacting and someone has a hearing loss. Each scene illustrates the kinds of things we do or say that affects others positively (increases their cooperation) or negatively (decreases their cooperation). Following each scene viewers are instructed to identify what was said or done that had a positive or negative result, thereby increasing their awareness of the effects of their behavior on other people. Role-playing corrected versions of the faulty scenarios provides viewers with practice in effective communication behavior. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Sign Language. Hard-of-Hearing. Patient Resource. Family Resource.

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Mini Relaxation.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. Open Captioned/Sign Language Interpreted Video. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $35, shipping and handling included. Abstract: Tactics for preventing or reducing harmful stress reactions for people who are hard-of-hearing and for those who are deaf. This relaxation training program is intended to help individuals with hearing loss to have better control of their body processes. Sign Language Interpreted Video. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Sign Language. Hard-of-Hearing. Relaxation Therapy. Patient Resource.

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Getting Along.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. Open Captioned Video. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $40; book and open captioned videotape set:$53, shipping and handling included. Abstract: This videotape shows a variety of scenes in which people are attempting to negotiate issues related to hearing loss. Some scenes illustrate the negative results of faulty efforts to get someone to do something differently. Other scenes illustrate how to use more effective negotiation strategies and tactics. Viewers are encouraged to identify effective and ineffective attempts to persuade someone to change his or her behavior that are portrayed on the videotape and to role-play corrected versions of those that are faulty. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Hard-of- Hearing. Communication. Family Guide. Patient Resource.

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Relaxation Training: Autogenic Procedures.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. Open Captioned Video. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $35, shipping and handling included. Abstract: The autogenic procedures demonstrated on this videotape involve the repetition of a set of verbal phrases that induce a state of relaxation in the body. Autogenic relaxation procedures are especially beneficial for people who have physical conditions that prevent them from contracting and relaxing specific muscle groups. They are also useful for people who have Meniere's disease and in whom muscle relaxation may induce an attack. Autogenic phrases, once learned and thoroughly practiced, can be used virtually anywhere and anytime, and the practice also does not attract unwanted attention. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Sign Language. Hard-of-Hearing. Relaxation Therapy. Patient Resource.

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Problem Solving In Families: Suggestions and Procedures for

Negotiating Behavior Changes Related to Hearing Loss, Revised Edition.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. 38p. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $23; book and open captioned videotape set:$53, shipping and handling included. Abstract: The problem solving methods offered in this book and a companion videotape, Getting Along, is intended to help promote harmony in families and other social units. The author maintains that the use of effective problem solving techniques can help to achieve satisfaction for all sides involved in a conflict. The various parts of the problem-solving process presented in this monograph can be practiced by individuals working alone or with a friend or family member, or by groups. These procedures have been developed and tested at the Oregon Social Learning Center by Marion Forgatch, Ph.D. and others. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Hard-of- Hearing. Communication. Family Guide. Patient Resource.

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Living With Hearing Loss: Communication Rules.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. Open Captioned Video. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $40; book and open captioned videotape set:$53, shipping and handling included. Abstract: This videotape contains 20 scenes in which people are interacting and someone has a hearing loss. Each scene is presented in two versions-the 'wrong' way depicting communication behavior errors and the 'right' way depicting corrections of the communication behavior errors. Viewers get practice in identifying both faulty and more helpful communication behaviors. It is recommended that viewers also practice (role-play) corrected versions of the 'wrong' way skits prior to viewing the 'right' way versions. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Hard-of- Hearing. Communication. Family Guide. Patient Resource.

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Breathing and Muscle Relaxation Procedures (Sign Language

Interpreted).

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. Open Captioned/Sign Language Interpreted Video. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $35, shipping and handling included. Abstract: The progressive relaxation procedure illustrated on this videotape produce some of the best results in terms of reducing muscle tension. It is helpful in eliminating or reducing tension headaches and neck and upper back pain. Once the procedures have been thoroughly learned and practiced, it is possible to achieve immediate relaxation through brief or mini-relaxation exercises lasting only a minute or two. In this way they can be practiced with good results in difficult communication situations. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Deafness. Hearing Disorder. Hearing Loss. Sign Language. Hard-of-Hearing. Relaxation Therapy. Patient Resource.

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Relaxation Training: Breathing Procedures.

Author(s): Trychin, S. Source: The Living With Hearing Loss Program Series. Erie, PA. 2003. Open Captioned Video. Availability: Available from Sam Trychin, Ph.D., 212 Cambridge Road, Erie, PA 16511. (814) 897-1194. E-mail: samtrychin@adelphia.net. Web site: www.trychin.com. PRICE: $35, shipping and handling included. Abstract: The deep breathing procedures illustrated on this videotape are known to be an effective antidote to stress reactions. The author

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