Year: 1987 Source: Journal of Clinical Psychology, v.43, no.5, (May 1987), p.206-209 SIEC No: 19880102

The author discusses the inappropriateness of insight therapy with interpretive interventions in the treatment of young adolescent girls. Lamb claims: They need help with strengthening their internal controls & in gaining a feeling of competence to deal with life’s problems. Two case examples of adolescent girls helped by this approach are discussed. 6 Refs. (NBB)