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James E. Alpaugh

Serving the Learning-Disabled Counselee

Journal of Biblical Counseling 2:2

Part 2 of a 2 part series. In this article, James Alpaugh continues his discussion on identifying and serving those with learning disabilities. Alpaugh discusses areas related to learning disabilities such as faulty perception, burdens of academic failure, reading disabilities, memory, drifting attention, difficulty thinking sequentially, and difficulty with time-oriented tasks. Alpaugh ends the article with a short bibliography of additional resources on the topic. Part 1 is in JPP 2:1 and Part 2 is in JPP 2:2.

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