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Volume 11, Issue 4 (1982)

Guest Editorial

pp. 447

Each day in the working life of the secondary school psychologist, systematic and substantive interventions with adolescents are engaged in; yet, little if any information emerges in the literature. For the most part, reports that do appear include indepth, clinical case studies of severely impaired adolescents who are involved in long term analytically oriented treatment. There has been very little focus upon those individuals experiencing stress in adjusting to the adolescent period, those individuals whose problems remain “unlabeled,” or those who may have difficulties which potentially can become problems.

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