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Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. Provides a guide to the study of occupation and its implications for effective practice. Topics include meaning and performance in life, health and well-being within space and place, and occupation as a source of well-being and development. For occupational therapists. Previous edition was softcover, c2002. DNLM: Occupational Therapy--psychology.
Table of Contents
|About the Author||p. vii|
|Meaning: An Essential for Life||p. 1|
|Personal and Social Meanings||p. 4|
|Meaning and Performance in Life||p. 6|
|Aspects of Seeing||p. 8|
|How Do We "Know" Meaning?||p. 10|
|The Open Door Policy||p. 14|
|Meaning in Everyday Occupation||p. 19|
|Happiness Is||p. 21|
|Occupation and Being||p. 25|
|Occupation and Becoming||p. 29|
|Occupation and Belonging||p. 32|
|Space and Place: Sources of Meaning in Occupation||p. 39|
|Space and Place in Our Lives||p. 41|
|Health and Well-Being Within Space and Place||p. 42|
|Space and Therapy||p. 43|
|From Space to Place in Therapy||p. 44|
|A Place to Call Home||p. 46|
|Special Places||p. 51|
|A Geography of Health||p. 55|
|Culture and Occupation: The Experience of Similarity and Difference||p. 61|
|Culture as Similarity and Difference||p. 63|
|Cultivating the Similar in Our Lives||p. 67|
|Cultivating Difference in Our Lives||p. 70|
|Structuring the Similarities: Routines, Habits, and Rituals||p. 71|
|Disability as Difference||p. 76|
|Occupation as a Source of Well-Being and Development||p. 83|
|The Essence of Well-Being||p. 85|
|Occupation and Human Development||p. 91|
|Occupation to the End||p. 96|
|Occupation as Meaningful Connection||p. 101|
|Relation and the Professional||p. 103|
|Relation and Well-Being||p. 106|
|Occupational Forms of Relation||p. 109|
|Occupational Therapy and Connectedness||p. 113|
|Disability and Occupation||p. 123|
|The Faces of Disability||p. 126|
|Occupation as Disability Experience||p. 129|
|Disability as Occupational Experience||p. 133|
|Being the Bridge||p. 136|
|Occupation as a Source of Spirituality||p. 143|
|This Thing Called Spirituality||p. 145|
|Spiritual "Health"||p. 146|
|Spirituality and Occupation: Compatible Partners?||p. 148|
|Spirituality and Everyday Occupation||p. 150|
|Spirituality and Occupational Therapy||p. 154|
|The Space Within||p. 157|
|Creativity in Occupation as a Source of Meaning||p. 163|
|Creativity From Without and Within||p. 166|
|Arising From Chaos||p. 170|
|Creativity and Health||p. 172|
|To the Dancing Star||p. 179|
|Occupation Speaks: Final Thoughts||p. 183|
|The Therapist and the Splint||p. 186|
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