Caring for Troubled Children: Residential Treatment in a Community Context
In this highly-regarded work, Whittaker forcefully advocates the need for residential treatment as part of a larger continuum of treatment, and explores the context of the setting itself as a dynamic therapeutic factor. Now available in paperback, this book remains among the most notable attempts in the field to utilize an ecological perspective.
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Assessing Child Problems and Creating a Helping Environment
Major Approaches to Residential Treatment
Group Living with Troubled Children
Developing Community Linkages
Parents as Partners in Helping