A Case Study of the Use of Psychiatric Consultation by the Youth Consultation Service of the Diocese of New York
Every era of civilization has made some notable contribution towards human betterment. The primitive cultures produced language and constructed pyramidal wonders. The Ancient Greeks achieved mastery in drama and sculpture; the Romans evolved legal codes that have stood the test of time. The Christian Era exemplified spiritual attainment through the lives of its Saints and its Idealism; and it developed the literary eloquence of the Renaissance and the growth of Humanism in the Nineteenth Century. Ranking with the outstanding contributions of our civilization is the spiritual and scientific concern for the individual person, as a Creature of God, made in His Image and Likeness. This concern leads to an exploration of the Personality, which involves knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of human behavior. An effective approach may be achieved through integration of the tenets of Theology, Psychiatry, Psychology, Social Work and Education.
Social work|Personality psychology|Social studies education|Theology
Behan, Helen Peters, "A Case Study of the Use of Psychiatric Consultation by the Youth Consultation Service of the Diocese of New York" (1951). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30724946.