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ERIC Number: ED016571
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Dec
Pages: 1
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PSYCHOTHERAPY AND LEARNING PROBLEMS--THE ROLE OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST.
ABRAMS, JULES C.
THE ROLE OF THE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST WHO DEALS WITH THE EMOTIONAL AND LEARNING DIFFICULTIES OF COLLEGE STUDENTS IS DISCUSSED. PSYCHOTHERAPY IS PROVIDED AFTER AN EXTENSIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION WHICH INCLUDES THE ADMINISTRATION OF OTHER PROJECTIVE TESTS IS MADE. THIS EVALUATION PROVIDES THE PSYCHOLOGIST SOME INFORMATION ON THE STUDENT'S THINKING AND BEHAVIOR, PERSONALITY, INTELLIGENCE LEVEL, ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL, AND THE POSSIBLE EMERGENCE OF A THINKING DISORDER. ONCE IT IS ESTABLISHED THAT THE LEARNING DIFFICULTIES ARE CAUSED BY EMOTIONAL CONFLICTS, PSYCHOTHERAPY CAN BE PLANNED. THE PSYCHOLOGIST HAS TO CONTEND WITH, AMONG OTHER PROBLEMS, THE STUDENT'S REFUSAL TO RECOGNIZE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HIS LEARNING DIFFICULTIES AND HIS EMOTIONAL CONFLICTS. THIS PAPER WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE 1967 YEARBOOK OF THE NATIONAL READING CONFERENCE. (NS)
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Identifiers: Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital PA