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THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

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An appeal on behalf of THE LONDON CHILD GUIDANCE
CLINIC by GRACIE FIELDS
The London Child Guidance Clinic was founded in 1929 through the generosity of the Commonwealth Fund of America, and from its inception has been designed to fulfil two services, viz. the treatment of children and the training of students in all branches of Child Guidance.
Child Guidance is the careful investigation of those causes which disturb the normal mental stability in children, and the application of suitable methods to correct them. Children are received from parents, doctors, hospitals, schools, and magistrates. Treatment, which includes a detailed consideration of the history of each case, is very simple-talks, play (either individual or in groups), discussions, games.
The clinic also trains students who are prepared to staff similar clinics.
The demands for treatment and training have so increased that additional funds are most urgenly needed if the clinic is to fulfil its duties.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]

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