OT 6312: Occupational Therapy Process for Individuals: Psychosocial Approaches

3 Credits

This course emphasizes concepts of occupation as a tool for support and recovery of mental health across the lifespan. Theory based evaluations; client centered interventions; and appropriate safety and documentation practices for addressing both psychological and psychosocial aspects of occupational engagement and performance are emphasized. prereq: Registered OT student or instr consent

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A- Average (3.674)Most Common: A (38%)

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