Behavioral Interventions in Schools

Publisher : Division 16: Applying Psycholo

ISBN-13 : 9781433830143

Page : 422 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 143 voters

This book shows psychologists and other mental health providers how to assess and treat emotional and behavioral problems in classrooms, including those arising from autism diagnoses.

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