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The Techniques of Self-Help in Psychiatric After-Care Developed by Recovery, Inc., the Association of Former Mental Patients. Volume I: Recovery's Self-Help Techniques, History and Description

JAMA. 1944;124(17):1229. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850170065026.
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The Techniques of Self-Help in Psychiatric After-Care Developed by Recovery. Inc., the Association of Former Mental Patients. Volume II: Group Psychotherapy: A Record of Class Interviews with Patients Suffering from Mental and Nervous Ailments.  By Abraham A. Low, M.D., Founder and President of Recovery, Inc. Paper. Price, $1.25. Pp. 88. Chicago: Recovery, Inc., 1943.

The Techniques of Self-Help in Psychiatric After-Care Developed by Recovery, Inc., the Association of Former Mental Patients. Volume III: Lectures to Relatives of Former Patients.  By Abraham A. Low, M.D., Founder and President of Recovery, Inc. Paper. Price, $1.25. Pp. 125. Chicago: Recovery, Inc., 1943.The three books under discussion are not separate treatises but are continuations of one another and deal in the main with two problems: group psychotherapy and the mental hygiene care of patients after discharge from mental hospitals. Since the first world war psychiatry may be said to have passed from the

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