OCTA 213R : Psychosocial Disabilities in Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy treatment of common psychosocial behavior problems of the individual is discussed. Client assessment, group process and therapeutic communication are included. The focus and direction of this course builds upon the strong emphasis on psychosocial disabilities. This course is designed to assist the student in developing knowledge of theory, models of practice, etiology and occupational therapy treatment techniques essential to enable the occupational therapy assistant to effectively serve clients in the mental health field. This course builds upon the foundation of OCTA 125R Therapeutic Principles and OCTA 213R Developmental Disabilities as it further engages students in theory and practice of OT with a multitude of diagnoses through the lifespan

Prerequisites

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Overview

Program

Credits

3
Lecture Hours
2
Lab Hours
2