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WORK as a central focus in THERAPY
Sol Richman; Sidney Zinn
Psychiatric Services 1963; doi:
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State Programs for the Mentally Handicapped

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, New York State Education Department, Albany

1963 American Psychiatric Association

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In "Work as a Central Focus in Therapy" by Richman and Zinn (Mental Hospitals, November 1962), Dr. Bernard Pavorsky should have been listed (p. 603) as Supervising Psychiatrist.The first paragraph, p. 604, suggests that the Barden-LaFollette Amendment excludes mental patients in state mental hospitals, whereas in fact the exclusion had existed in New York State legislation prior to July 1958.

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