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This issue of Focal Point begins from the idea that enrichments, far from being frivolous, are instead essential. The joy and meaningfulness which enrichments provide make a direct, positive contribution to quality of life. What is more, enriching experiences add to our reserves of strength and purpose, and these reserves in turn enable us to adapt, cope, recover and even thrive in the face of challenges and stresses. Specifically, this issue of Focal Point looks at research related to sources of enrichment, and at innovative programs that promote enrichment and achieve positive outcomes for children with emotional and behavioral challenges, and for their families.

Publication Date

Fall 2001

Subjects

Social work with youth, Youth -- Mental health services, Young adults -- Mental health services, Social work with children

Disciplines

Social Policy | Social Welfare | Social Work

Rights

Copyright @ 2001 by Regional Research Institute. All Rights Reserved

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/34143

Focal Point, Volume 15 Number 02

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