Heal the hurt child; an approach through educational therapy with special reference to the extremely deprived Negro child.


[Chicago] Univ. of Chicago Press [1962] .

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Subjects Child Psychiatry.
Child psychiatry.
Children with social disabilities -- Education.
Enfants -- Psychiatrie.
Enfants handicapés -- Éducation.
Enfants handicapés sociaux -- Éducation.
Kinderen.
Kinderpsychotherapie.
Pédopsychiatrie.
Psychotherapie.
Psychotherapy.
Psychothérapie.
Sonderpädagogik.
Description xxiii, 615 pages
Copyright Date [1962]
©1962
Notes "Collateral reading": pages 599-608.
Summary "In child guidance today there is surely no scarcity of new publications; if anything, the trend is the other way, toward a plethora of books and articles that spreads over the entire landscape. But this book is a different one; it is, in fact, unique. So far as I know, it is the first offering of a comprehensive program to heal the hurts of the rejects of our society, the deprived children of destitute Negro families. It describes a method of "educational therapy" developed by the author over a period of twenty years at the Educational Therapy Center in Richmond, Virginia"--Foreword. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)14604225
(OCoLC)ocm14604225
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WorldCat Identities Riese, Hertha Pataky, 1892-
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