Volume 1, Issue 2 (1972)
An Adlerian Approach to the Problem of School Maladjustment
The need for effective techniques in the remediation and rehabilitation of the maladjusted child is now nationally recognized as serious. The Adlerian approach is unique; it is psychoeducational with the intention to instruct rather than treat. Its methods are oriented to a relearning process and are applicable to all instructors and in all group or private learning situations. There is a serious need for this approach in the programs designed for treatment of the maladjusted.
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