A Matrix Model Approach for Children With a Typical Behaviors
The Matrix Model provides an innovative, creative, and well-researched method of working with children who exhibit neurological dysfunction, psychiatric disorders, or atypical behaviors; children who otherwise have a high probability of being incarcerated or institutionalized.
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