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Learn how to analyze client needs and use group therapy for effective interventions! Occupational Analysis and Group Process, 2nd Edition provides practical information on two key components of occupational therapy practice, helping you understand how to intervene with a variety of clients. Using case scenarios and clinical examples, this book provides strategies and guidelines for analyzing functional tasks for clients from children to adolescents to adults. It guides you through every step of the group process, including group leadership, communication within the group, and group interventions. Written by noted OT educators Jane Clifford O'Brien and Jean W. Solomon, this book provides a solid foundation for intervention planning.
1 Occupational Analysis and Group Process
2 Activity Analysis
3 Interpersonal Relationships and Communication
4 Therapeutic Use of Self
5 Teaching and Learning
6 Managing and Facilitating Groups
7 Group Process and Management: Attaining Individual Goals
8 Group Process and Management: Attaining Group Goals NEW
9 Occupational and Group Analysis: Children
10 Occupational and Group Analysis: Adolescents
11 Occupational and Group Analysis: Adults
12 Occupational and Group Analysis: Effects of Aging Process
13 Managing Difficult Groups
14 Ethical Practice
15 Emerging Occupational Therapy Practice AreasGlossary
Student Learning and Application: Instructional and Practice Forms NEWIndex
Solomon, Jean W. Occupational Therapist, Berkeley County School District, Moncks Corner, SC.