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Volume 3, Issue 4 (1974)

Editorial Comment

pp. 2—3

An approach to the problem of human adjustment based on preventive programming has been encouraged by professionals from every mental health specialty since it became apparent that none of the varied treatment techniques fulfilled the promise that their theoretical foundations anticipated. Since the early 1960’s, Caplan, Bower, Ojemann, and others have presented models for school and community programs and a number of experimental projects have been attempted.

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