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Group treatment in family service agencies

Family Service Association of America. Committee on Group Treatment in Family Service Agencies.

Group treatment in family service agencies

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by Family Service Association of America. Committee on Group Treatment in Family Service Agencies.

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Published by Family Service Association of America in New York .
Written in English


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Seneca Family of Agencies is a California nonprofit mental health agency with the bold and innovative mission to provide Unconditional Care to help children and families through the most difficult times of their lives. Seneca Family of Agencies (incorporating the programs of Seneca Center, Kinship Center and Canyon Acres) provides a continuum of services including foster.

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He provides details of what he and his colleagues have done and lays out a path to a new and important area for group therapy in the treatment of severe and chronic illnesses."Cited by: Residential Program Unit (RPU) is responsible for the licensing of private residential treatment agencies for children and youth and child placing agencies as required by law in compliance with the CD rules.

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