Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Child mental health services -- Oregon
1 online resource (95p.)
This thesis is a descriptive study of five child day treatment centers in Oregon. Its purpose was to generate hypotheses about the relationships between parent reactions to the day treatment center, the center’s theoretical orientation toward treatment, and the organizational structure of the center.
The five centers involved in the study were: Poyama land in Independence, Oregon; the Child Psychiatric Day Center in Portland, Oregon; Mid-Columbia Children’s Center in the The Dalles, Oregon; the Child center in Eugene; and Edgefield Lodge in Troutdale, Oregon. These centers were selected for this study because of their proximity to the Portland area and their requirement that parents be involved in their child’s treatment program.
Data were collected by a parent questionnaire, a staff questionnaire, and an interview with the executive director of each program. All three data collection instruments were designed specifically for use in this study.
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Spurkland, Virginia and Edwards, Joyce, "A Descriptive Study of Five Child Day Treatment Centers" (1975). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2250.