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Philosophical and historical roots of occupational therapy

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Published by Haworth Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Occupational therapy -- History,
  • Mental illness -- Treatment -- History,
  • Psychobiology,
  • Mental Disorders -- therapy,
  • Mental Health,
  • Occupational Therapy -- history

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKaren Diasio Serrett, editor.
    ContributionsSerrett, Karen Diasio.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC487 .P48 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 113 p. ;
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3028361M
    ISBN 10086656456X, 0866565272
    LC Control Number85008838

    Professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins; elaborated on the basic OT philosophy; published a paper on the importance of balance of work, rest, and play George Edward Barton An architect with TB, . Admittedly, for part of its history, occupational therapy was heavily influenced by the reductionistic philosophy on which the Western medical model is based but now it is returning to its holistic roots. This article traces the history of occupational therapy and examines the relationship between the profession and the complementary by: 1.

    Start studying Intro to OT- Test 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. According to the book, what is the definition of occupational therapy? What is considered to be the roots of the occupational therapy profession? History of occupational therapy Early therapy. The earliest evidence of using occupations as a method of therapy can be found in ancient times. In c. BCE, Greek physician Asclepiades initiated humane treatment of patients with mental illness using therapeutic baths, massage, exercise, and music. Later, the Roman Celsus prescribed music, travel, conversation and exercise to his patients.

    Describe the philosophy, purpose, and benefits of diversional therapy 13 NZSDT’s history The Society progressed from small local meetings of individuals from various rest homes and institutions in the late s, into a professional body actively involved in the education and development of diversional therapy within New Zealand. The philosophy of science has its roots in the ideas of such famous men as Aristotle, Francis Bacon, Descartes, Newton, more recently Popper and many others (see, for example, Losee, ). In following such a history one is presented with several sets of alternative views and some contradictions in how the world is t o be by:


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Philosophical and Historical Roots of Occupational Therapy You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in the literature.

You can Cited by: 1. Experts highlight the key aspects of thinking about occupational therapy's evolution and its initial sense of purpose in a way that acknowledges all OT professionals’roots in a rich intellectual tradition that has direct links with today's emerging : Diane Gibson.

British Journal of Occupational Therapy 4, Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your : Ned McFeely. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Has also been published as: Occupational therapy in mental health, v.

5, no. The Philosophical Base of Occupational Therapy. You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in the literature. You can manage this and all other alerts in My Account. The alert will be sent to: Confirm × This feature is available to Subscribers Only. Buy Philosophical and Historical Roots of Occupational Therapy 1 by Gibson, Diane, Diasio Serrett, Karen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Author: Diane Gibson, Karen Diasio Serrett. Historical roots of occupational therapy: Introduction to a series. edit: For those looking for the full series of posts on this topic, please click on the 'History' button on the 'Labels' or use this link.

I have been sitting on some historical source material for quite some time. The Philosophy of Occupational Therapy. (Arch. of Occupat. Ther., February, ) Meyer, Adolf. - Volume 68 Issue - Marjorie E. FranklinCited by: 1. Sometimes the closer you are to a concern, the more challenging it is to understand the more broad ramifications of something that happened.

The grass roots effort that pushed against a mandated escalation of the entry level degrees in the occupational therapy profession made a very broad social and cultural statement.

In response, the RA adopted a motion to form the Ad Hoc Committee on Historical Foundations, which was chaired by Kathlyn Reed and included Suzanne Peloquin and Christine Peters. The subsequent series of articles, published in OT Practice magazine, illustrate how events and societal values of a given time period influenced the role and practice of occupational therapy.

Students in occupational therapy (OT) or occupational therapy assistant (OTA) programs will better understand the profession when they are familiar with its philosophical base. A professional philosophy refers to the set of values, beliefs, truths, and principles that guide the practitioner’s actions.

As such, the OT philosophy defines the nature of the profession, guides the. Written in a casual, narrative style, this edition has been updated with five new chapters, new case studies, new clinical stories, and discussion questions focusing on ethical, legal, and interpersonal issues.

The text introduces students to the field of occupational therapy and to career opportunities in the field. Using clinical examples and case studies, this edition provides a realistic. A different dimension to core philosophy of occupational therapy is functional independence or activity of daily living as the ultimate goal of occupational therapy (Thornton and Rennie ).

Chavalier () concurred that occupational therapists experience difficulty agreeing on what occupational therapy is, and also that the diverse opinion. The history of Occupational Therapy is an interesting "story". Many people believe that Occupational Therapy is a new profession.

As you will see, this is not so. It's development is woven into the fabric of human existence; as, "occupation" has been central to our survival since the beginning of time.

Philosophical and historical roots of occupational therapy Serrett, Karen Diasio This fascinating and passionate volume celebrates the history of the profession.

Summarize basic historical, philosophical, ethical, theoretical and developmental principles associated with the practice of occupational therapy (OT).(CCC 4; PGC 1) Define performance in areas of occupations, performance skills, performance patterns, contexts, activity demands, and client factors.

The Relationship Between Objects and Identity in Occupational Therapy: A Dynamic Balance of Rationalism and Romanticism Clare Hocking Thesis submitted to the Auckland University of Technology in fulfilment of the.

Therefore, this philosophical research, 1 1 Corresponding to the development of my doctoral thesis: The pragmatist philosophy in the Occupational Therapy of Eleanor Clarke Slagle: epistemological and historical records from the feminists' studies on science (Morrison, ).

which is outlined in feminist studies of science, 2 2 Feminist studies Cited by: 3. 5 Great Occupational Therapy Books March 6, • General • 0 Comments. Getting people back on their feet after an injury or illness is an important job, which means an occupational therapy assistant (OTA) a vital member of any rehabilitation team.

Occupational therapy utilizes the public health approach to mental health (WHO, ) which emphasizes the promotion of mental health as well as the prevention of, and intervention for, mental illness.

This model highlights the distinct value of occupational therapists in ICDCM:. This article provides an overview of occupational therapy by analysing those philosophical aspects that are generally held in high regard by the profession.

It attempts to demonstrate that current professional beliefs and related models of practice may be flawed and may have a far greater negative Influence on the profession than is generally by: Physical Therapy 7/93 Effective 9/14 Reviewed 9/13 Revised Definition and Philosophical Base of Occupational and Physical Therapy (cont.) Philosophical Base of Physical Therapy • The primary objective of physical therapy is to promote optimal human health, wellness and function.Official documents are approved by the Representative Assembly (or the RACC) of the Association for the use of the Association and its membership to help guide members' practice.

The documents are a valuable resource for occupational therapy practitioners and provide a .