Summer fun and therapy for problem youngsters
The camp dining room is in an uproar.
The "Sunfish" are wolfing down peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. The "Hawks" have already devoured the main course and are biting into fudge brownies.
By all appearances, Wediko, a 480-acre forest retreat in central New Hampshire, is like any other summer camp. But it has youngsters like Anthony, 9, who giggles uncontrollably; Alice, 8, who counters the slightest frustrations with tantrums; and Harold, 11, a handsome, charming child of the streets whose smile hides deep currents of anger that...