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Use of the Television Monologue with Adolescent Psychiatric Patients
HARRY A. WILMER
Am J Psychiatry 1970;126:1760-1766.
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Scott and White Clinic, Temple, Tex. 76501

1970, American Psychiatric Association

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Each patient admitted to the youth drug study unit, a therapeutic community for adolescents with drug problems, is asked to make a videotape monologue. The tape is replayed to him immediately, and he can choose to have it erased or to review it with his therapist. The author describes the monologue technique as a unique form of clinical record and revelation about the patient; it also opens new vistas for self-observation.

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