Facilitation Techniques in Therapeutic Recreation
Venture, 2000 - Medical - 498 pages
This book contains 18 chapters, each of which is devoted to presenting a specific facilitation technique.Each chapter provides definitions of terms relevant to the facilitation technique. During the development of this book, it became obvious to the author that much confusion associated with the facilitation techniques was a direct result of the lack of clarity of terms used to describe the technique and associated procedures. The specific facilitation technique is then described as well as important considerations when implementing such a technique.Conclusions are provided in each chapter to summarize and synthesize the major ideas presented and discussion questions are provided. Finally, a list of resources and references is contained in each chapter so that readers can pursue additional resources.Written to be a resource for therapeutic recreation professionals and students, this book is a must read.
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