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FOR Mental Health

Allen Cognitive Disabilities derived from Piaget's developmental theory Level 1: unable to do group Level 2: imitative groups Level 3: repetition and manipulation Level 4: goal directed activities, crafts Level 5: graded structure, allow them to have control
Behavior Modification Operant conditioning
Cognitive Behavioral Theory eliminate maladaptive thinking-- inc awareness of and eventually change cognitive distortions to alter behavior and emotional impact on function shaping, chaining, reinforcement, practice relaxation and stress management, focus on teaching and learning
Intentional relationship model therapeutic use fo self and impact of therapist-client relationship
Kawa Model healing must come from within a safe cultural context activities to help them more effectively participate in the groups of their lives and overcome rocks and sticks in their river of life
MOHO impact of volition, perofrmance, and habituation receive feedback and adapt to their environment and process feedback as they change
Person Environment Occupation Performance Model interaction among person, perofrmance of a desired, meaningful occupation, context in which person engages in occupation
psychoanalytic and psychodynamic improving self-identity and improving interpersonal relationships symbolic meaning of activities and use projective media (clay, painting, poetry)
Lifestyle model good QOL involves balance and autonomy of four domains: 1. reciprocal interpersonal relatedness 2. intrinsic gratification 3. societal contribution 4. self care