Protecting Physical and Mental Health
by David Bromberg, Stephen Commins & Stanford B. Friedman — 1980
The dramatic physical and psychological metamorphosis that occurs during adolescence places a tremendous stress on the equilibrium within the organism itself, as well as on the equilibrium existing between the organism and its environment. The physician and the educator are in a unique position to evaluate this balance and to intervene when disequilibrium occurs.
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