Pre-occupational therapy is a group of classes that are taken at the university level before classes can begin for occupational therapy. A person taking classes in pre occupational therapy, can work as an occupational therapy assistant.
Yes, there are such things as Occupational Therapy schools. These schools educate young professionals about the many needs which exist in the occupational therapy field.
Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy was created in 1993.
American Occupational Therapy Association was created in 1917.
Occupational Therapy in Health Care was created in 1984.
There are a number of schools which offer occupational therapy courses online. To see a list go to http://www.worldwidelearn.com/health/physical-therapy/occupational-therapy/.
Elizabeth Cara has written: 'Psychosocial occupational therapy' -- subject(s): Occupational therapy, Mentally ill, Rehabilitation 'Psychosocial occupational therapy in clinical practice' -- subject(s): Occupational therapy, Mentally ill, Rehabilitation
There is no patron saint of occupational therapy.
•Behavior therapy•Psycho therapy•Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)•Behavioral therapy•Exposure therapy•Relaxation techniques- controlled breathing, visualization
Haru Hirama has written: 'Occupational therapy assistant' -- subject(s): Handbooks, manuals, Occupational therapy, Occupational therapy assistants 'Activity Analysis'
Behavioral therapy is a collaborative, action-oriented therapy, and as such, it empowers patients by giving them an active role in the treatment process.