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Department of Psychology, Saskatchewan Self-Help Development Unit fonds
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90 cm of textual records
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University of Saskatchewan. College of Arts and Science. Department of Psychology. Saskatchewan Self-Help Development Unit
In 1984, the Saskatchewan Health Research Board awarded a two year grant to Dr. Richard Wollert, Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan, to study self-help groups whose major focus of activity was to provide members with support and assistance in coping with a shared life problem. The program continued with the support of the Psychology Department until 1989, when it was renamed the Saskatchewan Self-Help Network, and began to operate in partnership with the University's Extension Division.
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The fonds contains correspondence, pamphlets, posters, course materials, surveys, lists, notes, newsletters, clippings and articles pertaining to the research and outreach activities of the Saskatchewan Self-Help Development Unit.
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