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Residential treatment of emotionally disturbed children.

Residential treatment of emotionally disturbed children.

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Published by Behavioral Publications in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children -- Institutional care

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited and introd. by George H. Weber and Bernard J. Haberlein. With a preface by Donald P. Kenefick.
    SeriesChild care series
    ContributionsWeber, George H., Haberlein, Bernard J.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 327 p.
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14082283M
    OCLC/WorldCa583099

    Emotionally Disturbed is the first work to examine not only the history of residential treatment but also the history of seriously mentally ill children in the United States. As residential treatment centers emerged as new spaces with a fresh therapeutic perspective, a new kind of person became visible—the emotionally disturbed child.   “ Emotionally Disturbed” is the first work to examine not only the history of residential treatment but also the history of seriously mentally ill children in the United States. As residential treatment centers emerged as new spaces with a fresh therapeutic perspective.

    Residential Treatment Facility, Emotionally Disturbed Children providers as a group are made up primarily of business entities and/or provider groups. The Residential Treatment Facility, Emotionally Disturbed Children specialty is generally very female-friendly with a large majority (61%) of providers reporting as female compared to only 38%. Get this from a library! Residential treatment centers for emotionally disturbed children, [Michael J Witkin; Mildred S Cannon; National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.). Biometry Branch. Survey and Reports Section.].

    Get this from a library! Directory of residential treatment facilities for emotionally disturbed children. [Barbara Smiley Sherman] -- "Nationwide directory of residential treatment facilities for children with emotional disturbances and behavioral disorders as their primary diagnosis." Source of information was comprehensive. Residential Treatment and the Invention of the Emotionally Disturbed Child in Twentieth-Century America. Doroshow DB. In the s, children who were violent, depressed, psychotic, or suicidal would likely have been labeled delinquent and sent to a custodial training school for punitive by: 3.


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Residential treatment of emotionally disturbed children. book Residential treatment centers and the people who worked there built physical and conceptual structures that identified a population of children who were alike in distinctive ways. Emotional disturbance became a 5/5(1). Directory of residential treatment facilities for emotionally disturbed children [Sherman, Barbara Smiley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Directory of residential treatment facilities for emotionally disturbed childrenAuthor: Barbara Smiley Sherman. Residential treatment is a form of therapy that involves the total life of a disturbed child in a planful organization that is built upon a defined theory of treatment.

It requires the child to live in a special setting, where he is cared for by trained personnel who mold their everyday. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. SUBSCRIBE. LOG IN SEARCH. Search in: Advanced American Journal of Sociology. Vol Number 6 | May, This article reviews the literature on selected aspects of residential treatment of emotionally disturbed children and highlights recurring issues concerning criteria for admission, philosophies and methods of treatment, and evaluation of by: Residential Treatment of Emotionally Disturbed Children Other writers concur in describing certain features summed up by Mayer (): Residential treatment must be based on diagno-sis.

Therapeutic goals must include education.2 There must be interaction and coordination between environment and psychother-apy. This section outlines the Department’s responsibility for administering residential mental health treatment services for children and adolescents in the following areas: o Eligible population; o Funding of the program; o Administration of the program; and o Rule adoption.

Some treatment issues -- Parent-child separation: its significance to parents \/ Arthur Mandelbaum -- The institutional management of sex in emotionally disturbed children \/ Elton B. McNeil and William C. Morse -- Therapeutic use of visiting in residential treatment \/ Sylvester Adessa and Audrey Laatsch -- Termination of residential treatment.

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Reginald M. Atwater. "Residential Treatment of Emotionally Disturbed Children: A Descriptive Study." American Journal of Public Health and the Nations Health, 43(4), p.

Author: Reginald M. Atwater. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Irving N. Berlin. Residential Treatment and the Invention of the Emotionally Disturbed Child in Twentieth-Century America deborah blythe doroshow Summary: In the s, children who were violent, depressed, psychotic, or sui-cidal would likely have been labeled delinquent and sent to a custodial training school for punitive treatment.

Frederick George Lennhoff () Exceptional children: residential treatment of emotionally disturbed boys at Shotton Hall London: George Allen & Unwin F G Lennhoff’s account of his work with maladjusted boys at Shotton Hall gained a favourable review from Probation Journal (Fees, ).

An educational psychologist, he had been inspired by August Aichhorn (). Emotionally Disturbed is the first work to examine not only the history of residential treatment but also the history of seriously mentally ill children in the United States.

As residential treatment centers emerged as new spaces with a fresh therapeutic perspective, a new kind of person became visible—the emotionally disturbed child. Residential treatment centers and the people who worked there built physical and conceptual structures that identified a population of children.

Emotionally Disturbedis the first work to examine not only the history of residential treatment but also the history of seriously mentally ill children in the United States.

As residential treatment centers emerged as new spaces with a fresh therapeutic perspective, a new kind of person became visible—the emotionally disturbed child.

Residential treatment of emotionally disturbed children. New York, Child Welfare League of America, (OCoLC) Online version: Reid, Joseph H. Residential treatment of emotionally disturbed children. New York, Child Welfare League of America, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

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Lennhoff and Edward Glover (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at. Making the choice to have an emotionally disturbed child enter a residential treatment center can be one of the most difficult decisions a parent has to make.

While various methods of treatment for emotional disturbances exist, some families find that traditional therapy, medication or family support alone are not enough to help stabilize their.Emotionally Disturbed is the first work to examine not only the history of residential treatment but also the history of seriously mentally ill children in the United States.

As residential treatment centers emerged as new spaces with a fresh therapeutic perspective.Sutherland, Rosemary Brown, "Residential treatment of emotionally disturbed adolescents" ().Dissertations and Integration and ioint planning an~revaluation of the child's treatment plan by all staf~.

residential treatment center as an institution and the effect of staffarid patientAuthor: Rosemary Brown Sutherland.