Adapting Multiple Impact Therapy for Day Treatment Intake

Tovey, Robert; Morton, Jo
July 1985
Child Welfare;Jul/Aug85, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p421
Academic Journal
Presented here is a shortened version of Multiple Impact Therapy, intended primarily for pre-intake evaluation for a day treatment program for emotionally disturbed children.


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