Helping Troubled Children

Presents an overview of the treatment of common emotional and behavioral problems in childhood, focusing on the psychiatric difficulties of the ordinary child rather than on the psychoses and more severe disorders that are usually treated with hospital inpatient care. Topics include individual differences in development; the effects of families, communities, schools, and peer groups; and such problems as hyperactivity, aggression, delinquency, underachievement, and learning inhibitions.

© Penguin Books


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