Creating Environments for Troubled Children
This moving account of the many different aspects of the work of a child psychiatry consultant in therapeutic group child-care programs is a practical, jargon-free treatment of the problems and tested solutions arising in group-care situations. Powers integrates sound principles of therapeutic care through interrelated essays, stories, poems, and photographs to evoke the emotional reality and impact of caring for troubled children.
Originally published 1980.
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Author: Powers, Douglas
Topic: Politics / Current Events
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