Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy: The Theoretical Basis and Practice Application of Group Treatment
Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy: The Theoretical Basis and Practice Application of Group Treatment, Second Edition examines seven frames of reference for group therapy. This book describes the seven-step method in leading a group, and teaches the reader how the traditional body of knowledge in group dynamics applies to occupational therapy.This edition includes information on co-leadership in today's practice, the pros and cons of its use, and how co-leadership can help therapists plan effectively and gain valuable feedback. Section Two, Group Guidelines From Seven Frames of Reference, has been greatly revised to reflect the latest in group dynamics. Marilyn B. Cole has dedicated an entire chapter to Allen's Cognitive Disabilities Groups because of its extensive development over the past decade. Chapter Five, The Behavioral Cognitive Continuum, represents an attempt to organize the many concepts and techniques occupational therapists use in group treatment, which relate to behavioral and cognitive theory. The chapter describing the Model of Human Occupation Approach has been revised to include new theoretical developments and research. The importance of occupational choices, habit maps and habitat, and roles and role scripts in the context of one's social group and culture are discussed.
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Understanding Group Dynamics
Group Guidelines From Seven Frames of Reference
A Psychoanalytic Approach
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