Recognized as a definitive text, Psychosocial Occupational Therapy is a single resource that will serve as a vital support to both education a practice. This book presents the fundamentals of mental health a psychosocial occupational therapy through a detailed examination of frames of reference a a historical overview. Each framework is covered, including their benefits a limitations when applied to practical situations. This book assists the reader in developing a flexible clinical perspective that is based on multiple resource in order to service individual patient needs. Psychosocial Occupational Therapy examines how frames of reference often draw from similar concepts yet have distinct points of emphasis. The frameworks covered include: Object Relations, Model of Human Occupation, Cognitive Disability, Behavioral, Cognitive Behavioral, Holistic, Life Span Development, a Movement-Centered. This text also includes appendices covering Developmental Groups, Defense Mechanisms, Adaptive Skills, the Suicidal Patient, a more.This book presents the fundamentals of mental health aamp; psychosocial occupational therapy through a detailed examination of frames of reference aamp; a historical overview.
|Title||:||Psychosocial Occupational Therapy|
|Author||:||Mary Ann Bruce, Barbara Borg|
|Publisher||:||Slack - 1993|