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Volume 10, Issue 1 (1981)

Children of Separation and Divorce: A Review of School Programs and Implications for the Psychologist

pp. 54—61

ABSTRACT: Researchers have found divorce and separation to affect how children behave and learn in school. School psychologists, as experts in human behavior, can help other school professionals children, and parents cope with the feelings and the effects of divorce. This paper describes direct, indirect and preventive approaches which school psychologists can readily employ or adapt for use in their schools to deal with the effects of separation and divorce.Relevant issues in developing and implementing programs are considered.

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