The children of Raquette Lake : one summer that helped change the course of treatment for autism
"Written for therapists and those whose lives have been touched by autism, this book by Mira Rothenberg, a psychotherapist who changed the face of treatment for autism in the 1950s, provides a personal account of the summer of 1958, when she and two colleagues successfully treated twelve severely disturbed children on an island in upstate New York."--Provided by publisher"
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|Location||Call Number /
|Victor Farmington Library||616.85 ROT (Text)