Addressing the activity-health needs of individuals with serious mental illness.
Action Over Inertia introduces readers to an occupational time-use intervention that aims to re-engage community dwelling individuals with serious mental illness with meaningful activity, positively influencing levels of occupational balance and engagement.
Included in the publication are step-by-step instructions, worksheets and resources to use directly with individuals and groups.
Coping Strategies to Promote Occupational Engagement and Recovery: A Program Manual for Occupational Therapists and Other Care Providers This book is a one-stop resource that offers a unique combination of evidence-based methods for adult learning and coping strategy development, and will provide you with the tools to lead such groups or to develop your own.
It includes 30 ready-to-implement learning designs for coping strategy groups with corresponding handouts!
Recovery Education Program: For Inpatient Mental Health Providers The Recovery Education Program is designed for inpatient psychiatry settings, including acute units and rehabilitation units. The target population is mental health providers working in the inpatient context. It is relevant for any inpatient providers including (but not limited to) managers, nurses, occupational therapists, peer support workers, personal support workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, recreational therapists, and social workers. The objectives include:
providing inpatient organizations with guidelines for promoting recovery
providing managers/educators with support and materials to implement recovery education