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Master of Science (MS)
Programs which provide intervention services for children of alcoholics are very new and in their developing stages nationwide. Despite this, the need for such programs exists, particularly on the Navajo Reservation. All available literature was reviewed that relates to the state-of-the-art in programming for intervention with children of alcoholic parents. Programs in use with children are described and the rationale for adapting such programs for use with Navajo children is discussed. A Navajo intervention pilot program for children of alcoholics is outlined.
Henry, George Ray, "A Guide in Working With Elementary-Aged Navajo Children of Alcoholic Parents" (1989). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 938.
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