Volume 10, Issue 1 (1981)
Referral Out: Increasing the Number of Kept Appointments
Joseph E. Zins, Ruth Ann Hopkins
Every school has a number of children and families whose problems are of such a nature that a referral to an out-of-school agency or professional for counseling/therapy is necessary.While the number of these problems that are best handled by such a referral is probably smaller than most teachers believe, it also is probably greater than can be accommodated by these outside practitioners (Bardon and Bennett, 1974).
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