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Alcoholism : group psychotherapy and rehabilitation / by Hugh Mullan and Iris Sangiulianno ; With a foreword by Mary E. Switzer
Bib ID 2813235
Format BookBook
Author
Mullan, Hugh
 
Description Springfield, Ill. : C. C. Thomas, [1966] 
xxi, 325 p. : illus. ; 24 cm. 
Series

American lecture series. Publication ; no. 632. American lectures in clinical psychiatry

Notes

Based on work of the New York Alcoholism Vocational Rehabilitation Project, conducted under the sponsorship of the U. S. Dept. of Health Education, and Welfare, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (project no. 418), and the National Council on Alcoholism.

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Alcoholism.
Other authors/contributors Sangiuliano, Iris

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