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The effects of therapeutic camping on the self-esteem of children with severe behaviour problems


, : The effects of therapeutic camping on the self-esteem of children with severe behaviour problems. Therapeutic Recreation Journal 25(4): 41-49

Numerous studies have established the effectiveness of therapeutic camping programmes on various aspects of a child's development. While several investigators have explored the specific area of self-esteem changes in non-camp situations, only one study to date has specifically studied self-esteem changes in a therapeutic camp situation.


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