Basic Principles of Rehabilitation Philosophy “Comprehensive treatment involves the “whole person”, because life-areas are interdependent. Rehabilitation programs must be conducted with interdisciplinary and interagency integration.” Excerpt taken from a list of 20 principles developed by Jenkins, W.M., Peterson, J.B. & Szymanski, E.M. (1992).
Philosophical, historical and legislative aspects of the rehabilitation counseling profession.
In R.M. Parker & E.M Szymanski (Eds.), Rehabilitation Counseling, (2nd ed.), (pp. 1-41), Austin, Texas: PRO-ED, Inc.