A Functional Approach to Group Work in Occupational Therapy

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001 - Medical - 267 pages
Presenting a group model in occupational therapy, this resource correlates group work techniques with occupational therapy theory, research and practice. It provides intervention options for a wide range of disorders including developmental, physical, psychological, social and environmental problems. This text leads students through the logical progression of planning, implementing, and evaluating a functional group.

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Group Work and the Functional Group Model
History of Occupational Therapy Group Treatment
Group Practice in the Wellness Era 1990s2000+

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