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Self-Realization: a Case Study:

Self-Realization: a Case Study: SELF-REALIZATION: A STUDY CASE G. Wallace Janet Deanie C. Reizenstein The Knoxville Club for Children is the of a Zoological outgrowth to meet the needs of a remedial developed 13-year-old program with a of academic failure and emotional with- boy history drawal. At the the club has a total of 51 present time, members, all of whom receive a card the char- monthly describing physical acteristics and behavioral of a animal found at patterns specific the Knoxville Park. In each member receives Zoological addition, a free to the and the personalized membership card, entry zoo, of the club’s if desire additional privilege calling president they information about the &dquo;animal of the month.&dquo; The club has re- ceived the enthusiastic of the staff at the Knoxville support Zoo- Park as wel) as endorsement the Zoological by Appalachian logical Society. and Rationale for the Philosophy Project This venture from the treatment unique developed philo- that our work as a en- sophy governs multidisciplinary group G. is an assistant of at the Uni- Janet Wallace, PhD, professor psychology of and a at the versity Tennessee, Knoxville, private psychologist Develop- mental Center for Children and 6311 Suite Adolescents, Kingston Pike, Tennessee 37919. Deanie http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Academic Therapy SAGE

Self-Realization: a Case Study:

Academic Therapy , Volume 13 (3): 8 – Sep 17, 2016

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SELF-REALIZATION: A STUDY CASE G. Wallace Janet Deanie C. Reizenstein The Knoxville Club for Children is the of a Zoological outgrowth to meet the needs of a remedial developed 13-year-old program with a of academic failure and emotional with- boy history drawal. At the the club has a total of 51 present time, members, all of whom receive a card the char- monthly describing physical acteristics and behavioral of a animal found at patterns specific the Knoxville Park. In each member receives Zoological addition, a free to the and the personalized membership card, entry zoo, of the club’s if desire additional privilege calling president they information about the &dquo;animal of the month.&dquo; The club has re- ceived the enthusiastic of the staff at the Knoxville support Zoo- Park as wel) as endorsement the Zoological by Appalachian logical Society. and Rationale for the Philosophy Project This venture from the treatment unique developed philo- that our work as a en- sophy governs multidisciplinary group G. is an assistant of at the Uni- Janet Wallace, PhD, professor psychology of and a at the versity Tennessee, Knoxville, private psychologist Develop- mental Center for Children and 6311 Suite Adolescents, Kingston Pike, Tennessee 37919. Deanie

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Published: Sep 17, 2016

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