posted by Lee on .
what does this mean? psychology is uniquely qualified to help intervene?
I also would like you to comment on what are at least two key ways psychology is uniquely qualified to help intervene.
Psychology isn't really qualified to intervene. (How can a non-concrete noun be qualified to do anything?)
I would ask your teacher what they meant to say. This question makes no sense.
Depending on the situation, the methods of psychology might be "uniquely qualified to intervene."
What is the context of the situation?