Group Psychotherapy in Preventive Mental Hygiene
by Nicholas Hobbs - 1948
First, we need to provide people with life experiences that will fortify them against the stresses of this age of technical wizardry and human impoverishment. Second, we need to develop a program of remedial aid for those who have already been too sorely tried by the world, and for those who, in spite of their best efforts to make themselves strong, will develop incapacities in the future. These two efforts may add up to a program of preventive mental hygiene capable of at least arresting modern man's trend to obsolescence.
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