Child Without Tomorrow is a description of the author's findings with severely emotionally disturbed children. It also aims to show that through proper and continuous intervention, disturbed children can be taught new, complex, and socially adaptive behavior.
The book covers the preparation done in the study, the description of the children that were part of the study as well as the rationale why they were chosen, the planning and implementation done throughout the course of the study, the detailed record of the six-year project, starting from its conception up until its dissolution, its effects on the children and the progress they have made, and the steps that must be done in order for the children to continuously improve after the program.
The text is not only for child psychologists, pediatricians, and special education teachers, but also for parents, teachers, and other lay people that deal with disturbed children, as the author believes that they can be trained as effective child-behavior therapists.
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|Size: ||39.1 MB|
|Date published: || 1974|
|ISBN: ||9781483151588 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|