Use of group methods in social welfare settings: an exploration in application to : administrative services, children's services, medical and psychiatric services A workshop jointly sponsored by the Mental Health Services of the Louisiana State Dept. of Hospitals and Tulane School of Social Work, June 3-7, 1957, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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