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The Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychological Disorders in Childhood

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychological Disorders in Childhood THE AND TREATMENT DIAGNOSIS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN CHILDHOOD BOWLBY, M.A., and M.D., By JOHN Colleagues, W.I. The Tavistock Clinic, London, IN recent considerable concern for of the welfare years public children has and the Education the Curtis arisen, Act, I~H4, been of and the Children Act, have manifestations Report 1948, the interest in the of both normal and increasing problems disturbed children. The Education Act made it emotionally incumbent on local to child every authority provide guidance facilities within its at the demand for trained staff arca ; present far exceeds the of of this are but in there possibility supply, spite and have been for some a number of clinics at which now, years, children with disorders are treated. psychological As there is no on which this work yet generally accepted theory is and varies from based, clinic to clinic. practice considerably Child is still in its and a much more com- guidance early stages, and solid of is before it will be plete body knowledge required to achieve of possible anything uniformity approaching opinion on the Research into some of the that confront subject. problems us has now our will be and doubtless modified begun, hypotheses http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Health Education Journal SAGE

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychological Disorders in Childhood

Health Education Journal , Volume 12 (2): 10 – Jun 1, 1954

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0017-8969
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1748-8176
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10.1177/001789695401200202
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Abstract

THE AND TREATMENT DIAGNOSIS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN CHILDHOOD BOWLBY, M.A., and M.D., By JOHN Colleagues, W.I. The Tavistock Clinic, London, IN recent considerable concern for of the welfare years public children has and the Education the Curtis arisen, Act, I~H4, been of and the Children Act, have manifestations Report 1948, the interest in the of both normal and increasing problems disturbed children. The Education Act made it emotionally incumbent on local to child every authority provide guidance facilities within its at the demand for trained staff arca ; present far exceeds the of of this are but in there possibility supply, spite and have been for some a number of clinics at which now, years, children with disorders are treated. psychological As there is no on which this work yet generally accepted theory is and varies from based, clinic to clinic. practice considerably Child is still in its and a much more com- guidance early stages, and solid of is before it will be plete body knowledge required to achieve of possible anything uniformity approaching opinion on the Research into some of the that confront subject. problems us has now our will be and doubtless modified begun, hypotheses

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Health Education JournalSAGE

Published: Jun 1, 1954

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