Child guidance evaluation study.

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Child guidance clinics -- Washington (State), Child welfare -- Washington (S
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This study is an attempt to take an evaluative look at the role of counselling in the development of the school-going child. THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENTAL BACKGROUND TO THE RESEARCH: A study of guidance in secondary schools published by the EEC in suggests that in times of financial stringency it might be.

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