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Home Visiting in a Black Urban Ghetto
JOHN N. CHAPPEL; ROBERT S. DANIELS
Am J Psychiatry 1970;126:1455-1460.
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Assistant professor of psychiatry, University of Chicago. 950 E. 59th St., Chicago, Ill. 60637

Associate professor of psychiatry and administrative medicine, division of biological sciences and graduate school of business, University of Chicago

1970, American Psychiatric Association

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Home visiting in a black urban ghetto appears to be both safe and feasible. Patients who are unmotivated and isolated can frequently be helped. Home visiting can enhance motivation, improve the patient-therapist relationship, and facilitate treatment with difficult patients, especially when there are social and cultural gaps between the patient and therapist. There is also an opportunity to educate the family and enlist its cooperation in a therapeutic alliance.

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