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Applied Theories in Occupational Therapy: A Practical Approachprovides a comprehensive overview of theories and frames of reference in occupational therapy. Unlike other texts, there are no distinctions between specialty areas, as current and developing theories are applied to a continuum of health and wellness for all populations across the lifespan. Practical guidelines are included to assist with evaluation and intervention strategies. Marilyn B. Cole and Roseanna Tufano examine the different levels of theory, the definition of each, and the various ways in which these levels guide occupational therapy practice. This timely text is divided into three sections: foundational theories that underlie occupational therapy practice, occupation-based models, and frames of reference. Students and practitioners are provided with specific guidelines as well as case examples and learning exercises to enhance their understanding of applied theory. The first section summarizes the overarching theories that influence the practice of occupational therapy while incorporating theOccupational Therapy Practice Framework. These theories are discussed in a step-by-step format as they are related to occupational therapy. The second section reviews five currently used occupation-based models, providing readers with a description of each model according to Moseyrs"s organization structure. At the end of this section is an integrative case example intended to assist with the clinical integration of these models. The third section reviews and applies nine frames of reference most commonly used in occupational therapy practice today. Using the structured outline, students and practitioners can easily compare one frame of reference with another as part of the clinical reasoning response. Topics Covered: bull; Evolution and history of occupational therapy theory bull; Proposed taxonomy of occupational therapy models and frames of reference bull; Understanding systems and contexts bull; Using different levels of theory bull; The role of occupational therapy in health and well being Features: bull; Content analysis of 20 years of Slagle Lectures bull; U.S. and International models of health care bull; A review of systems theory as a perspective of occupational therapy practice bull; An organizational structure and template to formulate the components of each model and frame of reference Applied Theories in Occupational Therapyfollows the belief that theory guides practice. This text provides practitioners with an excellent repertoire of theories to apply to occupational therapy practice. It is the ideal resource for students and practicing therapists who are looking to further their understanding of applied theory.
Marilyn B. (Marli) Cole, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA, is an occupational therapy Professor Emerita at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. She is the author of Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy, now in its third edition (SLACK Incorporated, 2005). A graduate of University of Pennsylvania, she practiced for 16 years in mental health, pediatrics, and geriatrics. She holds an advanced certification in Sensory Integration and has published chapters on theory application, client-centered groups, occupational therapy (OT) interventions in retirement, volunteering, and end-of-life issues, theories of aging, and theory development in OT. As an educator, she has taught courses in therapeutic use of self, group leadership, frames of reference, psychopathology, geriatrics, sensory integration, group dynamics, evaluation, intervention, health conditions, problem-based learning, and research. As a fieldwork I coordinator, she has developed student experiences in hospital and community mental health, geriatrics, wellness, and prevention in the United States, England, Costa Rica, and Australia. Research interests and journal publications include mental health assessment, group size and engagement, time mastery, therapeutic relationships, civic engagement, and OT interventions for the Third Age (retirement). At home in Connecticut or in Freeport, Bahamas, Marli and her husband, Martin Schiraldi, enjoy traveling, cruising, skiing, sailing, and scuba diving. Roseanna Tufano, LMFT, OTR/L, is an Assistant Professor in Occupational Therapy at Quinnipiac University as well as the Academic Coordinator for the department. Her interests and expertise are within the practice of mental health, where she has practiced for over 25 years among varied levels of care. As an educator, she has taught courses in OT theory application, psychopathology, group dynamics, psychosocial adaptation to physical disorders, and mental health interventions. She has published several chapters on related topics and has lectured and consulted to both professional and consumer-oriented audiences. With her advanced clinical degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Roseanna joins her husband Lou in a private practice called “Enduring Families” aimed to support individuals and families to endure meaningful roles. Likewise, she is very active in serving students within the Quinnipiac University community and was given the “Outstanding Faculty Award” by the Student Government Association in both 1999 and 2003. Among her most memorable endeavors at Quinnipiac, she delivered the “Freshman Address” at the University Convocation where her daughter, Carissa, sat among the incoming class of 2006. She enjoys traveling and spending family time with her husband; children, Carissa and Brett; and dog, Armani.
Table of Contents
|About the Authors|
|Applied Theories Of Health And Wellness|
|Occupational Therapy's Broadening Horizons|
|Eight Major Trends|
|The Evolution of Occupational Therapy|
|Paradigm Shifts in 20th Century Occupational Therapy|
|Theoretical History of Occupational Therapy|
|Applied Models of Health Care in Occupational Therapy|
|International Classification of Functioning Model|
|American Occupational Therapy Practice Framework|
|Applied Systems Theory in Occupational Therapy|
|General Systems Theory|
|Core Concepts of Systems Theory|
|Five Components of Systems Thinking: An Illustration|
|Hierarchy Versus Heterarchy|
|Impact of General Systems Theory|
|Contexts as Subjective Systems|
|Theory Organization in Occupational Therapy|
|What Is Theory?|
|Levels of Theory|
|Frames of Reference|
|How to Evaluate Models and Frames of Reference|
|Applied Models of Community Health and Well-Being|
|Occupational Therapy Practice Comes Full Circle|
|Occupation, Health, and Well-Being|
|Public Health and Occupational Therapy|
|Health Promotion and Occupational Therapy|
|United States Health Delivery System: A Mini Comparison|
|Healthy People 2010: Goals and Objectives for the United States|
|Determinants of Health|
|Health Promotion Models for Community-Based Practice|
|Model of Human Occupation|
|Ecology of Human Performance|
|Applied Behavioral Frames|
|Cognitive Behavioral Frames|
|Biomechanical and Rehabilitative Frames|
|Toglia's Dynamic Interactional Approach|
|Allen's Cognitive Levels Frame|
|Lifespan Development Frames|
|Sensory Integration and Processing|
|Motor Control and Motor Learning Frames|
|Frames of Reference Integration|
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