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Psychotherapy for Latency-Age Children in an Inner City Therapeutic School
PAUL N. GRAFFAGNINO; FRANK G. BUCKNAM; IBRAHIM N. ORGUN; ROBERT M. LEVE
Am J Psychiatry 1970;127:626-634.
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Director, Children's Clinic of the Institute of Living, 17 Essex St., Hartford, Conn. 06102

Training director, Children's Clinic of the Institute of Living, 17 Essex St., Hartford, Conn. 06102

Assistant director, Children's Clinic of the Institute of Living, 17 Essex St., Hartford, Conn. 06102

Chief psychologist, Children's Clinic of the Institute of Living, 17 Essex St., Hartford, Conn. 06102

1971, American Psychiatric Association

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The authors examine the role of a traditional treatment approach—psychoanalytically oriented child psychotherapy—in an innovative special school program designed to help hitherto unreachable early latency children from core city problem families. The findings suggest the possibility that it might indeed be a disservice to these children not to offer them a chance at the psychotherapeutic approach at the same time that they receive special schooling and environmental intervention.

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