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Early's Mental Health Concepts and Techniques in Occupational Therapy 6th edition
Meyer, Sasse
Editore
LWW
Anno
2024
Pagine
592
ISBN
9781975189891
80,00 €

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Packed with up-to-date, evidence-based practice information and examples of contemporary interventions, Early’s Mental Health Concepts and Techniques for Occupational Therapy Practice, 6th Edition, equips occupational therapy/occupational therapy assistant students and practitioners with an authoritative guide to working effectively with clients with mental health issues across all practice settings. This practical, bestselling text delivers a holistic approach to client care, directly addressing the clinical needs of COTAs and OTs in assessing clients’ psychosocial status and providing interventions that improve their quality of life.  

An ideal resource for OT students as well as those pursuing an Occupational Therapy Doctorate, the extensively updated 6th Edition expands coverage of the many assessments and interventions available in today’s clinical practice, empowering users with a sound foundation in occupational therapy processes and clearly demonstrating how to effectively intervene to meet the needs of clients with mental health issues.

  • NEW! Assessments and Interventions section boosts students’ clinical application capabilities for confident OT/OTA practice.  

  • UPDATED! OT models aligned with the latest OT Practice Framework keep students current with the latest practices and approaches.   

  • NEW! Full-color presentation increases student engagement and clarifies complex information.

Preface v
Acknowledgments vii
Section One: Principles of Occupational Therapy in Mental Health
Unit 1: History and Foundations
Chapter 1 History and Foundational Concepts 3
Chapter 2 Medical and Psychological Theories, Frames of Reference, and Models of Mental
Health and
Mental Illness 25
Chapter 3
Occupational Therapy Frames of Reference and Practice Models 56
Unit 2: Mental Illness
Chapter 4 Understandi
Unit 3: Service Provision
Chapter 5 Human Occ
ng Psychiatric Diagnoses 114
upation and Mental Health Throughout the Life Span With Those We Serve 153
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Methods and Models of Interaction and Intervention 180
Service Areas, Environments, and Focuses 225
Unit 4: Professional Practice Considerations
Chapter 8 Medications, Medication Conside
rations and Concerns, Medical-Based Treatments, Complementary
Practices, and Detoxification 244
Chapter 9
Safety Considerations and Techniques 263
Chapter 10 Using Evidence 278
Chapter 11 Professional Issues: Supervision, Professional Teams, Varied Roles, Managing Yourself and Your
Practice 293
Section Two: The Occupational Therapy Domain and Process in Mental Health
Unit 5: Approaches to Intervention and the Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation, Intervention,
and Outcomes
Chapter 12 Evaluation and Data Collection 308
Chapter 13 Determining the Type and Approach to Intervention 336
Chapter 14 Matching Occupational Demands to Intervention Types for Improved Occupational Outcomes 357
Chapter 15 Therapeutic Use of Self 384
Chapter 16 Group Concepts and Techniques in OT Practice 398
Section Three: From Domain and Process to Occupational Therapy Practice
Unit 6: Doing, Being, Becoming, and Belonging: Moving Client-Centered Intervention Plans Into Action
Chapter 17 Facilitating Recovery Using Biopsychosocial Models to Guide the OT Process 428
Chapter 18 Targeting Psychological and Social Factors That Influence Occupational Engagement:
Being With the Client Who Experiences Anxiety 458
Chapter 19 Targeting Psychological and Social Factors That Influence Occupational Engagement:
Being With the Client Who Experiences Depression or Mania 471
Chapter 20 Targeting Psychological and Social Factors That Influence Occupational Engagement:
Being With the Client Who Experiences Hallucinations, Delusions, and Paranoia 490

Chapter 21 Targeting Psychological and Social Factors That Influence Occupational Engagement:
Being With the Client Who Experiences Cognitive Deficits, Confusion, or Impaired Memory 506
Chapter 22 Targeting Psychological and Social Factors That Influence Occupational Engagement:
Being With the Client Who Experiences Anger, Hostility, or Aggression 525
Chapter 23 Targeting Psychological and Social Factors That Influence Occupational Engagement:
Being With the Client Who Experiences Symptoms From Substance-Related or Addictive
Disorders 538
Index 553

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