The Azima Battery was initially designed with clients experiencing psychosis, with the aims of diagnostic clarification, therapeutic engagement, and understanding. I valued the Azima Battery in my practice as an arts-based evaluation process in line with principles for recovery-oriented care. Yet, the lack of scientific evidence as well as practice and curricula changes has marginalized its use. This webinar will provide a critical review of the history of, and expert evidence for, occupational therapy projective assessments. New evidence for the validity and utility of the Azima Battery with clients in early psychosis will be provided, with a case illustration.
This purchase is for the September 8, 2015 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.