A Manual for Residential and Day Treatment of Children

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Thomas, 1974 - Child psychiatry - 369 pages
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This manual is an account of the author's experiences, successes, and difficulties in providing intensive residential and day treatment for emotionally disturbed and mentally ill children. It also calls attention to some of the lessons learned over the past years and to the efforts for a distillation and reduction of what are in fact real and often controversial issues in connection with children's programs of treatment and education.--Dust jacket.

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