Psychoanalytic Thinking in Occupational Therapy Lindsey Nicholls

ISBN: 9780470655863

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256 pages


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Psychoanalytic Thinking in Occupational Therapy  by  Lindsey Nicholls

Psychoanalytic Thinking in Occupational Therapy by Lindsey Nicholls
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This book is the first to use psychoanalysis as a basis for exploring how occupational therapists do their work, and it incorporates a new conceptual model to guide practice. The authors emphasize the role of the unconscious in all that people do andMoreThis book is the first to use psychoanalysis as a basis for exploring how occupational therapists do their work, and it incorporates a new conceptual model to guide practice.

The authors emphasize the role of the unconscious in all that people do and are, and argue that activities (or occupations) are simultaneously real (i.e. tangible) and symbolic. Ideal for academic and clinical occupational therapists, this book will also appeal to psychotherapists.



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