Therapeutic Initiatives with Inaccessible Preschoolers
Group Therapy for Physically Handicapped Toddlers with Delayed Speech and Language Development
A Psychodynamic Approach to the Study and Treatment of Child-Abusing Parents
The Treatment of Child Abuse
Psychotherapy of a Child in a Custody Dispute
Work with Parents
Family Therapy as a Defense
“Liberty Boy”
Childhood Depression
Mourning as a Family Secret
Adoption as an Issue in Casework with Adoptive Parents
Identical Male Twins Discordant for Anorexia Nervosa
Improving the Quality and Continuity of Relationships in Two Inner-City Schools
Teaching Pediatric Psychiatry to Medical Students
Utilization of a Psychiatric-Social Work Team in an Alaskan Native Secondary Boarding School
Robert Thomas Long, M.D.
Book Reviews
Preschool IQ
Children with Learning Problems
Coping and Adaptation
Young Inner City Families
Group Psychotherapies for Children