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date: 10 April 2021

Rapoport, Lydialocked

(1923–1971)
  • Maryann SyersMaryann SyersAugsburg College, Emerita

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Lydia Rapoport (1923–1971) was a psychiatric social worker at the University of Chicago hospitals and Jewish Children's Bureau, and on faculty at University of California, Berkeley. Her most important contribution to social work practice was crisis intervention and short-term therapy.

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