volume 13, issue 2, P44-46 1967
DOI: 10.1177/026455056701300204
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Abstract: IN THE CURRENT writings and discussions about the introduction of group-work in the probation setting I, for one, have become somewhat perturbed by the strong flavour of the psychiatric-therapeutic group, and the general lack of translation of tills within the boundaries of social work. With so many individual approaches to this subject it is, of course, difficult to define or formulate basic terms, but we tend to be left with the atmosphere of the psychiatric model d la Henderson and Tavistock-an atmosphere …

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