Occupational Therapy in Mental Health: A Vision for Participation

Editor/Author Brown, Catana, Stoffel, Virginia C. and Munoz, Jaime
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: F.A.Davis Company

Single-User Purchase Price: $110.00
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ISBN: 978-0-80-365916-2
Category: Health & Medicine - Rehabilitation & Therapy
Image Count: 238
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

This Client-centered, recovery-oriented text gives voice to the lived experience of mental illness across the life span.

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Table of Contents

    • PART 1: FOUNDATIONS
    • Foundations
    • 1. Recovery
    • 2. The Unfolding History of Occupational Therapy in Mental Health
    • 3. Person-Environment-Occupation Model
    • 4. Person-Centered Evaluation
    • 5. Evidence-Based Practice in Mental Health
    • PART 2: THE PERSON
    • Section 1: Introduction
    • 6. Introduction to the Person
    • Section 2: Diagnosis
    • 7. Autism
    • 8. Intellectual Disabilities
    • 9. Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder
    • 10. Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders
    • 11. Eating Disorders
    • 12. Personality Disorders
    • 13. Mood Disorders
    • 14. Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive, and Related Disorders
    • 15. Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders
    • 16. Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder
    • 17. Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders
    • 18. Neurocognitive Disorders (Dementia)
    • 19. Psychosocial Concerns With Physical Disabilities
    • Section 3: Performance Skills
    • 20. Cognition
    • 21. Cognitive Beliefs
    • 22. Sensory Processing
    • 23. Coping and Resilience
    • 24. Motivation
    • 25. Emotion
    • 26. Communication and Social Skills
    • 27. Pain
    • 28. Time Use and Habits
    • PART 3: THE ENVIRONMENT
    • Section 1: Introduction
    • Chapter 29. Introduction to the Environment
    • Section 2: Environments
    • 30. The Public Policy Environment
    • 31. Stigma: Implications for Health and Recovery
    • 32. Families and Family-Focused Practice
    • 33. Sociocultural Perspectives in Mental Health Practice
    • 34. The Neighborhood and Community
    • 35. The Home Environment: Permanent Supportive Housing
    • Section 3: Practice Settings
    • 36. Early Intervention: A Practice Setting for Infant and Toddler Mental Health
    • 37. Early Psychosis Programs for Adolescents and Young Adults
    • 38. Peer-Led Services
    • 39. Mental Health Practice in Criminal Justice Systems
    • 40. State Hospitals
    • 41. Supporting Individuals Through Crisis to Community Living: Meeting a Continuum of Service Needs
    • 42. Homeless and Women's Shelters
    • 43. Wraparound Services: Children and Families
    • 44. Occupational Therapy: Serving Service Members and Veterans
    • 45. Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care
    • 46. Applying Entrepreneurial Skills in Mental Health Practice
    • PART 4: OCCUPATION
    • Section 1: Introduction
    • 47. Introduction to Occupation and Co-Occupation
    • Section 2: Occupations
    • 48. Wellness
    • 49. Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
    • 50. Occupational Therapy's Role in School Mental Health
    • 51. Student: Adult Education
    • 52. Work as Occupation
    • 53. Volunteer and Service Occupations
    • 54. Social Participation
    • 55. Leisure and Play
    • 56. Rest and Sleep
    • 57. Spiritual Occupation
    • Appendix A: Template for PEO Analysis
    • Appendix B: Index of Assessments
    • Appendix C: Index of Interventions
    • Appendix D: Index of Practice Models and Theoretical Approaches
    • Glossary