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TRAINING FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NONMEDICAL FIELDS: 1. PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
2. THE DISTINCTIVE AREA OF SOCIAL WORK IN ORTHOPSYCHIATRY1
3. THE TRAINING OF CASE WORKERS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
4. THE TRAINING OF PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORKERS FOR INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOTHERAPY
5. THE EVOLUTION OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
6. PROBLEMS lNVOLVED IN THE TRAINING OF PSYCHOLOGISTS AS NONMEDICAL PSYCHOTHERAPISTS
7. REMARKS ON TRAINING FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY
8. DISCUSSION
GROUP THERAPY ROUND TABLE, 1948: 1. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL OF THE GROUP THERAPIST
2. INTERPRETATION OF GROUP THERAPY TO PARENTS
3. GROUP WORK WITH PSYCHOTIC VETERANS*
4. RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY—A PROJECT IN GROUP THERAPY WITH CHILDREN
EMOTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE IN CHILDREN*
PROJECTIVE FEATURES OF CONTEMPLATIVE ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE*
ORGANIC IMPAIRMENT SIMULATING MENTAL DEFICIENCY*
MENTAL DEFICIENCY FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF THE OBSTETRICIAN*
DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL COMPETENCIES IN ADOLESCENTS ORIGINALLY CLASSIFIED AS FEEBLEMINDED*
ADAPTATION OF THE PSYCHOANALYTIC TECHNIQUE FOR THE TREATMENT OF YOUNG CHILDREN WITH ATYPICAL DEVELOPMENT*
PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES IN CLINICAL PRACTICE*
A PATIENT-CENTERED DISCUSSION, PLEASE!
ORTHOPSYCHIATRY 1923–1948: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT*
Review of Psychotherapy in Child Guidance
Review of Mental Health in Modern Society
Review of Practical Psychiatry and Mental Hygiene
Review of Psychiatry: Its Evolution and Present Status and You and Psychiatry
Review of The Training of Clinical Psychologists
Review of Magic, A Sociological Study
BOOKS RECEIVED
NOTES AND COMMENTS
PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING of the AMERICAN ORTHOPSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION, INC.