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

Author: Hertha Pataky Riese
Publisher: [Chicago] Univ. of Chicago Press [©1962]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"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  Read more...
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Riese, Hertha Pataky, 1892-
Heal the hurt child.
[Chicago] Univ. of Chicago Press [©1962]
(OCoLC)599569818
Online version:
Riese, Hertha Pataky, 1892-
Heal the hurt child.
[Chicago] Univ. of Chicago Press [©1962]
(OCoLC)610627699
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hertha Pataky Riese
OCLC Number: 14604225
Description: xxiii, 615 pages
Contents: The educational therapy center --
The hurt child and his relationship tot he world --
The home the child calls his own --
The psychosocial economy of the family : its normal and abnormal aspects --
Parents --
Sex education and maturation --
Relation to objects --
Identity in relation to objects --
The problem of language --
The child and his psychotherapist --
Principles and techniques characterizing the education therapy center approach --
Therapeutic education --
General introduction to therapy --
Main aspects of therapy --
Appendix : Dynamics of representative case histories.

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"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).

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