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Mental health concepts and techniques for the occupational therapy assistant / Mary Beth Early

Main Author: Early, Mary Beth Edition: Fourth edition Publication: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, cop. 2009 Description: XVIII, 662 p.ISBN: 978-0-7817-7839-8 | 0-7817-7839-5Topical name: Terapia ocupacional | Saúde mental | Reabilitação CDU: 615.851.3*SM | 616.8 Online Resources: Material complementar online (full text) Solicite password no balcão de atendimento List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Índice
Preface, p. v Acknowledgments, p. vii
List of Figures , p. xiii
List of Tables, p. xv
List of Boxes, p. xvii
SECTION l
HISTORY AND THEORY
1 History and Basic Concepts, p. 2
2 Medicai and Psychological Models of Mental Health and Illness, p. 20
3 Some Practice Models for Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, p. 52
4 The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, p. 106
5 Human Occupation and Mental Health Throughout the Life Span, p. 123
SECTION II
CONTEXT
6 Understanding Psychiatric Diagnosis: The DSM-IV-TR, p. 146
7 Contexts of Intervention, Service, and Care, p. 182
8 Psychotropic Medications and Other Biological Treatments, p. 216
9 Who Is the Consumer?, p. 234
SECTION III INTERACTING WITH PATIENTS AND CONSUMERS
10 Therapeutic Use of Self, p. 264
11 Responding to Symptoms and Behaviors, p. 284
12 Safety Techniques, p. 324
13 Group Concepts and Techniques, p. 339
SECTION IV
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESS
14 Overview of the Intervention Process 376
15 Evaluation and Data Collection, p. 397
16 Treatment and Intervention Planning, p. 434
17 Medicai Records and Documentation, p. 458
SECTION V
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY METHODS
18 Activities of Daily Living, p. 484
19 Education and Work, p. 506
20 Leisure and Social Participation, p. 527
21 Management of Emotional Needs: Self-Awareness Skills and Coping Strategies, p.537
22 Cognitive, Sensory, and Motor Factors: Performance Skills and Activities, p. 554
23 Analyzing, Adapting, and Grading Activities, p. 566
SECTION VI
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
24 Supervision, p. 584
25 Organizing Yourself , p. 602
APPENDIX A:CASE EXAMPLES
Case 1: A 21-Year-Old Woman
with Depression, p. 616
Case 2: A 72-Year-Old Woman with
Alzheimer's Disease, p. 617
Case 3: A 54-Year-Old Woman with Schizo- phrenia,Paranoid Type, p. 619
Case 4: A 22-Year-Old Man with Chronic
Schizophrenia and Mild Mental
Retardation, p. 620
Case 5: A 30-Year-Old Man with Bipolar
I Disorder, p. 622
Case 6: A 22-Year-Old Woman with
Polysubstance Dependence and Dependent
Personality Disorder, p. 625
Case 7: A 37-Year-OId Man with Alcohol
Dependence Disorder, p. 627
Case 8: A 21-Year-Old Wonian with Cocaine
Dependence, Polysubstance Abuse,
Bulimia, and Borderline Personality
Disorder, p. 629
Case 9: A 12-Year-Old Boy with Attention
Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder
and Oppositional Defiant
Disorder, p. 631
APPENDIX B:
SAMPLE GROUP PROTOCOLS
Homemaker’s Management Group, p. 633
Index, p. 639

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