v. a. in Großbritannien (dort schon vor 1945) und in den USA entstandene schulische und außerschulische Einrichtungen in öffentlicher oder privater Trägerschaft, die der Erziehungsberatung und der Behebung von Lernstörungen oder Erziehungsschwierigkeiten bei Kindern dienen. Kennzeichnend für eine Child-Guidance-Clinic ist die Teamarbeit von Ärzten, Psychologen beziehungsweise Psychotherapeuten, anderen Therapeuten, Sozialarbeitern und Betreuungspersonal.

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