Delton W Young

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The effect of a two-week wilderness camp on ten skill areas related to community survival of the chronic mentally ill was assessed both by participants, who were adult chronic psychiatric patients from two Oregon state mental hospitals, and by camp and hospital staff. Compared with 30 controls, the 48 participants improved on seven of the ten areas by the(More)
  • D W Young
  • 1991
Family factors involved in the failure of psychotherapy for some adolescents and young adults are explored. These treatment failures are distinguished by expulsion of the therapist(s) and by reunification of the previously adversarial patient and parents. Such abrupt terminations may occur when treatment challenges the family's habitual image and(More)
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