Occupation by Design Building Therapeutic Power

ISBN-10: 0803610483
ISBN-13: 9780803610484
Edition: 2003
Authors: Doris E. Pierce
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Book details

List price: $61.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: F. A. Davis Company
Publication date: 2/25/2003
Binding: Paperback
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.046
Language: English

Becoming a Designer of Therapeutically Powerful Occupations
Welcome to Occupation by Design
What Is an Occupation? An Activity?
A Little Occupational Science History
Understanding Occupations: First in Yourself and Others, Then as Therapy
You Are What You Do: The Occupations of Occupational Therapists
The Creative Process of Designing Occupations
Design Is a Constant in Life and in Practice
Academic Approaches to the Design Process
Building Your Skills within the Seven General Phases of the Design Process
You Are a Designer of Occupations
Designing for Appeal: Pleasure, Productivity, and Restoration in Occupations
The Notion of Balance
The Notion of Balance
The Cultural History of the Idea of Balance
Occupational Therapy: Transcending Cultural Categories for a Deeper Understanding of Occupation
Researching the Good Life
So, What Is Balance?
Productivity in Occupation
Productivity Inborn
Productivity as a Moral Imperative: The Protestant Work Ethic
Work Identity
Productivity Stress
Productivity as a Key Dynamic in Powerful Occupational Therapy
Pleasure in Occupations
The Activities of Play and Leisure
Simple Sensory Pleasures
Complex Cerebral Pleasures
Taking Pleasure Too Far: Chemical and Activity Addictions
Designing Pleasure into Life
Restoration in Occupations
Restorative Activities: The Ancient Beat in the Modern Dance
Restoration from Sleep
Restoration from Eating and Drinking
Restoration from Self-Care Activities
Restoration from Quiet-Focus Activities
Paying Attention to Restoration in the Blend
Does the Intervention Appeal? Designing with Productivity, Pleasure, and Restoration
Initial Client Picture
Applying Your Estimation of What Will Appeal
Designing with Productivity
Designing with Pleasure
Designing with Restoration
Working on Balance: Is It a Client Goal?
Custom Design of Appealing Therapeutic Occupations
Designing for Intactness: The Spatial, Temporal, and Sociocultural Dimensions
The Evolution of Today's Occupational Patterns
Adaptation and Evolution
Human Evolutionary Adaptation
Tools, Technology, and Occupation
The Evolutionary Template of Today's Occupational Patterns
The Spatial Dimension of Occupation
The Body as the House of the Occupational Self
The Occupational Environment
Material Culture as Human Adaptation
Social Meanings of Occupational Spaces
Treatment Space
The Temporal Dimension of Occupation
Biotemporality
Sociotemporality
Subjective Time
Orchestrating Occupations within the Flow of Time
Broad Temporal Patterns of Occupations
Using Time
The Sociocultural Dimension of Occupation
Between Self and Society
Social Ties
Human Culture
Cultures of Service Provision
Sociocultural Aspects of Effective Occupation-Based Intervention
Intactness: Designing with Context
The Profession's Shift to Community-Based Care
Ethical Imperative to Advocate Use of the Client's Most Therapeutic Environment
Four General Modes in the Therapeutic Use of Context
Therapeutic Use of the Three Dimensions of Context
Designing with Spatial Context
Designing with Temporal Context
Designing with Sociocultural Context
Intactness: Where Means and Ends Run Together
Designing for Accuracy: Elements of the Occupational Design Process
A Study of Occupation-Based Practice
A Study of Two Therapists' Experience of Occupation-Based Practice
Making the Meaning and Values of Multiple Approaches Explicit
Moral Contracts of Intervention
The Dynamic Tensions between Occupation-Based and Component-Focused Practice
Uncovering and Reclaiming Occupational Identity
The Subtle Therapist: Working through Context
Summary
Therapist Design Skill
What Is Intervention Accuracy?
The Demand for Constant Creativity in Practice
Motivation
Investigation
Definition
Ideation
Idea Selection
Implementation
Evaluation
Summary
Collaborative Occupational Goal Generation
The Contribution of Collaborative Occupational Goal Generation to Intervention Accuracy
The Interaction Style of Therapist-Client Collaborations in Client-Centered Practice
Hearing the Client's Story
Therapeutic Processes of Assessment and Goal Setting
Summary: Collaboration and Intervention Accuracy
Precision Fit of Intervention to Goal
Precision Intervention Design
Increasing Precision through the Continual Development of Expertise
Observation Skills
Selecting Strategies for Occupational Pattern Change
The Changing Story: Continual Reconfiguration of Client Goals to Increase Precision
Evidence-Based Practice
Barriers to Precise Practice
Using Ends as Means
Summary
Accuracy: The Art of Great Therapy
Accuracy and Intervention Power
Therapist Design Skill
Collaborative Occupational Goal Generation
Precision Fit of Intervention to Goal
How Great a Therapist Will You Be?
Conclusion
You Are What You Do
Celebrating Occupation in Your Own Life: Dancing in the Stream of Time
Celebrating Occupation in the Lives of Others: The Limitations of Access to the Other
Celebrating Occupation in Practice: Power, Complexity, and Popularity
Being What We Do
Appendices
Cases
Case A-1 Mabel
Case A-2 David
Case A-3 Mary
Case A-4 James
Case A-5 Sam
Case A-6 Tina
Case A-7 Bill
Case A-8 Grace
Case A-9 Jacob
Case A-10 Mr. McMasters
Case A-11 Jeremiah
Case A-12 Alice
Case A-13 John
Case A-14 Mr. Lowenstein
Case A-15 Alta
Case A-16 Donald
Case A-17 Lou
Case A-18 Tara
Case A-19 Barb
Recommended Narratives of Disability
Recommended Narratives of Occupational Experience

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