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Volume 1, Issue 2 (1972)

The Contribution of Psychotherapy to School Psychology

pp. 6—9

Although clinical psychology has for many years made a significant contribution to education and to school psychology particularly in the realm of diagnosis and testing-the science (if it is a science) of psychotherapy has been much less influential. The Freudians have still not figured out an effective way of adapting their theories to emotional education; the Rogerians and encounter devotees have been far more successful with college level groups than with younger pupils; and the Adlerians have probably been the most successful with applying their principles to classroom practices, but have still not made phenomenal inroads into the school system.

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