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Occupational therapy in mental health : a vision for participation

Author: Catana Brown; Virginia Stoffel; Jaime Phillip Munoz
Publisher: Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Co., ©2011.
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This text distinguishes what occupational therapists offer to mental health practice across the life span. It features a client-centered, recovery oriented approach to empower patients to be in control of their own lives and to recognize the contribution of occupational therapy in promoting full participation in daily life. It explains the recovery process for all areas of patients' lives, physical, emotional,  Read more...
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Title: Occupational therapy in mental health : a vision for participation /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Catana Brown; Virginia Stoffel; Jaime Phillip Munoz
ISBN: 9780803617049; 0803617046
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Content: Foundations. -- Recovery -- History of mental health: perspectives of consumers and practitioners -- Person-Environment-Occupation Model -- Psychosocial concerns with disability -- Evidence-based practice in mental health -- The Person. -- Introduction to the person -- Diagnosis -- Pervasive developmental disorders -- Attention and disruptive behavior disorders -- Intellectual disabilities -- Eating disorders -- Personality disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Schizophrenia -- Substance-related disorders -- Co-occurring disorders -- Dementia -- Client Factors -- Cognitive skills -- Cognitive beliefs -- Sensory skills -- Communication and social skills -- Coping skills -- Motivation -- Emotion regulation -- Pain regulation -- Environment. -- Introduction to the environment -- Environments -- The political and public policy environment -- Attitudinal environment and stigma -- Families living with mental illness -- Mental health practice in a multicultural context -- The spiritual environment -- The neighborhood and community -- Supported housing: creating a sense of home -- Practice settings -- Early intervention: a practice setting for infant and toddler mental health -- Consumer-operated services -- After-school programs -- Mental health practice in forensic settings -- State hospitals -- Psychosocial clubhouses -- Community-based case management -- Hospital-based mental health care -- Mental illness in the workplace: policies and practices that impact disability -- Homeless and women's shelters -- Wraparound services: children and families -- Occupation. -- Introduction to occupation and co-occupation -- Occupations. -- Occupation and wellness -- Activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living -- Student: K through 12 -- Student: adult education -- Work as occupation -- Social participation -- Leisure and play -- Rest and sleep -- Spiritual occupation -- Grief and bereavement -- Index of Assessments -- Index of Interventions.
Description: xxxii, 811 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Foundations. -- Recovery -- History of mental health: perspectives of consumers and practitioners -- Person-Environment-Occupation Model -- Psychosocial concerns with disability -- Evidence-based practice in mental health -- The Person. -- Introduction to the person -- Diagnosis -- Pervasive developmental disorders -- Attention and disruptive behavior disorders -- Intellectual disabilities -- Eating disorders -- Personality disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Schizophrenia -- Substance-related disorders -- Co-occurring disorders -- Dementia -- Client Factors -- Cognitive skills -- Cognitive beliefs -- Sensory skills -- Communication and social skills -- Coping skills -- Motivation -- Emotion regulation -- Pain regulation -- Environment. -- Introduction to the environment -- Environments -- The political and public policy environment -- Attitudinal environment and stigma -- Families living with mental illness -- Mental health practice in a multicultural context -- The spiritual environment -- The neighborhood and community -- Supported housing: creating a sense of home -- Practice settings -- Early intervention: a practice setting for infant and toddler mental health -- Consumer-operated services -- After-school programs -- Mental health practice in forensic settings -- State hospitals -- Psychosocial clubhouses -- Community-based case management -- Hospital-based mental health care -- Mental illness in the workplace: policies and practices that impact disability -- Homeless and women's shelters -- Wraparound services: children and families -- Occupation. -- Introduction to occupation and co-occupation -- Occupations. -- Occupation and wellness -- Activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living -- Student: K through 12 -- Student: adult education -- Work as occupation -- Social participation -- Leisure and play -- Rest and sleep -- Spiritual occupation -- Grief and bereavement -- Index of Assessments -- Index of Interventions.
Responsibility: editors, Catana Brown, Virginia C. Stoffel ; associate editor, Jaime Phillip Muñoz.
Year: ©2011.
Publisher: Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Co.,
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 2010008001; National Library: 101524996; National Library: 015872475
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: RC487; Dewey No.: 616.89/165
OCLC No.: 529295711
Local System Bib Number:
.b2550799

Abstract:

This text distinguishes what occupational therapists offer to mental health practice across the life span. It features a client-centered, recovery oriented approach to empower patients to be in control of their own lives and to recognize the contribution of occupational therapy in promoting full participation in daily life. It explains the recovery process for all areas of patients' lives, physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental, and how to manage co-ocurring conditions. This text gives voice to the lived experience of mental illness across the life span. It serves as a guide through assessment and interventions for individuals with mental health conditions and those whose life circumstances generate significant challenges to their participation in valued activities. Key features include: Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) Model: the organizing principle for this text frames an occupational performance, client-centered, and evidenced-based approach to occupational therapy in mental health; The "lived experience" of mental illness and recovery across the life span: individuals in recovery and their families share their perspectives through photographs and narratives, providing OTs with insights that enable them to better understand the lived experience; Assessment and intervention: more than 230 evidence-based and theoretically grounded assessments and interventions address psychosocial issues; Diagnoses: thorough definitions and discussions emphasize their impact on occupational performance; Environments: full chapters highlight the importance of context, describing the different settings in which occupational therapists work and the environmental factors that impact the lives of individuals in recovery; International expertise: renowned contributors from around the globe share their wealth of knowledge -- From book cover.
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