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Factors effecting families response to a treatment offer by a child guidance clinic


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Abstract

This is a study of factors in the initial contact related to families- handling of a treatment plan offered by a child guidance clinic.When a clinic considers cases for treatment plans it is important toknow as closely as possible that the family can and will use such help.The needs of the community for the helping services of the clinic as shown,in part, by the waiting lists are a charge to the clinic to offer treatmentwisely. The nature of many of the problem situations presented forconsideration is such that the decision can be a crucial one in the livesof whole families. Clinics do not offer a simple remedy, but a complexproblem-solving process which involves two or more members of the familyin a new kind of experience with the combined efforts of the clinic team.Each clinic has objective criteria to consider in making its selection ofcases and each has a vital interest in broadening this objective base fora more scientific procedure. This study of factors relating to acceptanceof treatment is pertinent to that interest.Two groups of twelve cases presenting similar problems have been compared.One group consists of cases which did not accept treatment when itwas offered. The other is a group of cases which accepted and entered intotreatment. The application interviews as recorded in the case records wereexamined by means of a schedule. The schedule was constructed to examinefactual data and the attitudes of both parents toward help, toward theirchild and toward the problem. The information from the two groups wasthen contrasted in an attempt to identify any significant differences. TRUNCATEDRights

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Autor: Stearns, Richard Prescott - -

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