Mental-Health Practices at the Preschool Level
by Dorothy W. Baruch - 1955
We have come to this day and year with many difficulties besetting our civilization: the threat of war; crime; delinquency; unhappiness running rife in personal living; overcrowded institutions for the insane; services available in psychiatric clinics and private offices lagging under the heavy load of demands, insufficient to attend to the requests or the needs. We have come to this day and year with the knowledge in us that many personal, interpersonal, and social ills both begin and are most preventable in early childhood.
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