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Cognitive-Behavioral Theory (CBT)

That distorted thinking leads to the behavioral and emotional problems related to mental illness. The focus is to increase awareness and eventually change cognitive distortions.

2

Kawa Model

Shows how culture has an impact on mental health intervention. Presents cultural safety as a key component of the model.

-Healing must come from within a safe cultural context is emphasized as the foundation for practice w/clients w/mental illness.

3

Model of Human Occupation (MOHO)

Describes the impact of volition, performance and habituation on engagement in occupations.

4

Intentional Relationship Model

Therapeutic use of self and the impact the therapist

-client relationship has on improving function.

5

Behavior Modification

Based on operant conditioning. Behavior is shaped by connecting a positive or negative reinforcement and rewards.

6

Person-Environment-Occupation-Performance (PEOP) Model

Interaction among the person; performance of a desired, meaningful occupation; and the context in which the person engages in the occupation.

7

Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Theory

Improving self-identity and improving interpersonal relationships.

-They are useful for exploring deep-seated origins of human emotion and motivations.

8

Sensory Integration

Facilitation of sensory modulation, discrimination, and integration in improved postural control, praxis/bilateral integration and participation-Intervention is directed to underlying deficits in sensory modulation, discrimination, and integration and to foundational abilities

9

Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) Model

Person-personal characteristics
Environment- cultural/social/psychological
Occupation-Self-directed, functional tasks/activities
Occupational performance-interventions to promote change

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Model of Human Occupation (MOHO)

Volition-person's desire to participate in certain occupations
-person's sense of competence
-values that are meaningful
-interests in activities
Habituation-internalized readiness of behaviors
Environment-surroundings that create opportunities
Performance capacity-physical/mental components
Dimensions-occupational participation

11

Child occupational self-assessment

client-directed assessment that covers everyday activities including: selfcares/school tasks/social activities

12

Occupational Adaptation Model

Three basic elements targeted in intervention
1)person
2)occupational environment
3) interaction of person/occupational environment

13

Ecology of Human Performance Model

-person is composed of sensorimotor, cognitive, psychosocial skills
-demands of task determine specific behaviors
-context (temporal,physical,social,cultural)

14

Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM)

client's occupational profile

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Occupational Performance History Interviews

Life history and impact of cancer as disability