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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.


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.


Model of Human Occupation (MOHO)

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


Intentional Relationship Model

Therapeutic use of self and the impact the therapist

-client relationship has on improving function.


Behavior Modification

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


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.


Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Theory

Improving self-identity and improving interpersonal relationships.

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


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


Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) Model

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


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


Child occupational self-assessment

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


Occupational Adaptation Model

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


Ecology of Human Performance Model

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


Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM)

client's occupational profile


Occupational Performance History Interviews

Life history and impact of cancer as disability