Psychotherapy -- United States -- Archival resources
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Overview The Sanville Institute for Clinical Social Work (formerly the California Institute for Clinical Social Work) was an all-volunteer, non-profit educational organization dedicated to deepening the practice and values of the social work profession among practitioners and the public. From 1974 to 2018 the Institute operated a state-approved graduate program in California, offering a PhD in clinical social work. The Sanville Institute records consist of documents relating to the organization's early...
Dates: 1974 - 2021
Abstract The papers, book manuscripts, articles, notes, and audiotapes and video tapes of Dr. Joseph Wolpe, the important South African-born American psychiatrist who helped usher in behavior therapy. Wolpe is probably best known for urging his colleagues to view psychotherapy as an applied science in which the effectiveness of treatment is evaluated through controlled experiments.