Advancing Occupational Therapy in Mental Health Practice
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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1. What have we been "doing?" – An historical review of occupational therapy.
2. The changing face of occupational therapy in mental health.
3. Cultural Sensitivity in Context.
Kee Hean Lim.
Part 2: Exploring Practice Contexts.
4. Engaging the disengaged: Practising in acute inpatient settings.
Samantha Dewis and Michelle Harrison.
5. Broadening horizons: Beyond acute mental health.
Michelle Harrison and Samantha Dewis.
6. "Doing" in Secure Settings.
Elaine Hunter and Elizabeth McKay.
7. Occupational, social and intrapersonal alienation explored in the Community.
8. Strengths and challenges to practice: Reconciling occupational justice issues as a prerequisite to mental health recovery.
Karen L Rebeiro Gruhl.
9. The Art of Occupation.
10. Vocational rehabilitation in the UK: How occupational therapy can contribute.
Carla van Heerden.
11. Powerful Stories and Challenging Messages.
Part 3: Research and Future Directions.
12. Reviewing consumer-run mental health services.
Samson Tse and Caroline Doughty.
13. Twists and Turns: The development of a clinical-academic career pathway.
14. Researching within mental health: Slow and Steady – A Canadian tour.
15. Future prospects for occupational therapy in mental health.