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Psychosocial occupational therapy : an evolving practice / Elizabeth Cara, Anne MacRae

Main Author: Cara, Elizabeth Coauthor: MacRae, Anne Edition: Third editionEdition: International edition Publication: London : Delmar, cop. 2013 Description: XXV, 998 p.ISBN: 978-1-133-28439-0 Topical name: Terapia ocupacional CDU: 615.851.3*SM Online Resources: Click here to access online List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Terapia Ocupacional Metodologias de Avaliação II 2º Ano / 2º Semestre


Índice
Preface to the Third Edition, p. IX
Acknowledgments, p. XIX
About the Authors, p. XXI
Contributors to the Third Edition, p. XXIII
PART l
Understanding the Person in Context , p. 1
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Environmental and Cultural Considerations , p. 28
Chapter 3
A Context for Mental Health Research in
Occupational Therapy, p. 61
PART II
Theoretical Concepts, p. 97
Chapter 4
The History and Philosophy of Psychosocial
Occupational Therapy, p. 99
Chapter 5
Psychological Theories and Their Treatment Methods in Mental Health Practice, p. 128
PART III
Diagnosis and dysfunction, p. 165
Chapter 6
Diagnosis and Psychopathology, p. 166
Chapter 7
Schizophrenia, p. 192
Chapter 8
Mood Disorders, p. 221
Chapter 9
Anxiety Disorders, p. 258
Chapter 10
Personality Disorders, p. 308
PART IV
Chapter 11
Mental Health of Infants: Attachment Through, p. 343
Chapter 12 Mental Health of Children, p. 384
Chapter 13
Mental Health of Adolescents, p. 427
Chapter 14
Mental Health of the OlderAdult, p. 473 PART V
Chapter 15
Psychosocial Issues in Physical Disability », p. 502
Chapter 16
The Cognitive, Behavioral, and Psychosocial
Sequelae of Brain Injury, p. 541
Chapter 17
Managing Pain in Occupational Therapy: Integrating the Model of Human Occupation and the Intentional Relationship Model, p. 573
PART VI
Chapter18
Assessment, Evaluation, and Outcome Measuremení, p. 600
Alison Laver-Fawcett
Chapter 19
The Use of Psychosocial Methods and Interpersonal Strategies in Mental Health, p. 643
Chapter 2O Groups, p. 671
PART VII
Chapter 21
Occupational Therapy in Criminal Justice «, p. 715
Chapter 22
Psychosocial Occupational Therapy in the
School Setting,. p. 774
Chapter 23
Vocational Programming, p. 809
810
Chapter 24
Substance Abuse and Occupational
Therapy , p. 840
Chapter 25
Occupational Therapy in the Military: Working wtth Service Members in Combat and atHome, p. 876
Chapter 26
Fieldwork Supervision in the Mental Health Setting, p. 920
Glossary , p. 963
Index, p. 975

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