OTED-60200 Occupational Therapy and Mental Health 2

This course is one of a series designed to enhance students’ clinical reasoning through the integration and application of knowledge, theory, and evidence to meet their clients’ mental health needs in society. Students will develop an understanding of psychiatric disorders that are common to clients in a wide array of in-patient, out-patient, residential and community practice settings, and ways to evaluate and intervene through holistic occupational therapy methods. They will develop clinical reasoning skills for evaluation and intervention through case-based problem-solving, lectures and lab experiences.




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