Therapeutic recreation: processes and techniques
Austin's bestselling book, now in its third edition, provides an in-depth look at the theories and therapies, facilitation techniques, therapeutic recreation process, leadership skills, clinical supervision, and health and safety considerations which are critical in the field today. Discussions of assessment, documentation, and conceptual models are grounded in their application to clinical practice. Austin's inclusion of helpful appendices and clinical examples provide a complete text and reference that no practitioner or student should do without!
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