1929 Address on the Clinic by Margaret Lowenfeld

1929 Address on the Clinic by Margaret Lowenfeld

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    The work of the Welfare Centres marks a great advance in the campaign for a healthy nation. The time now seems to have come to explore the possibilities of a further step. Nervous health is as great a factor in t e production of the successful and satisfactory citizen as physical health.

    The strain of modern life makes this harder and harder to achieve. In the days of the coach and the weekly or monthly letter with no motor-cars, no telephones, and each town a day’s journey from its neighbour, demands followed one another with a slowness that gave the individual time to organise his response.

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