Handbook of Remotivation Therapy
Finally--a resource that describes the "how," "when," and "with whom" of remotivation therapy!
In recent years, remotivation therapy has become an integral part of a patient care plan in a wide variety of settings. What started out as group therapy sessions in a psychiatric setting has expanded into a therapeutic modality effective in geriatric long-term and day care settings, social clubs, group homes for people who were formerly institutionalized, substance abuse centers, prisons, and most recently, in facilities that provide programs for patients with Alzheimer's or Huntington's disease. This book examines remotivation therapy in diverse settings that include volunteer and independent living programs, an area health education center, and a state mental hospital. You'll also find the results of studies conducted in more than a dozen settings with widely varied client populations.
The Handbook of Remotivation Therapy will familiarize you with:
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The First Fifty Years
All the Possibilities
Challenges for Remotivators
Research on Motivation SelfDetermination Theory
A Deinstitutionalization Model
Remotivation Therapy and Rehabilitation
Use of Remotivation Therapy with Persons
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