Table of contents for The intentional relationship : occupational therapy and use of self / ReneĢe R. Taylor.


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PART I      Theoretical Foundations and
Guidelines for Practice
I   The Changing Landscape of Therapeutic Use of Self
in Occupational Therapy: Historical Overview ............ 3
2   What Defines a Good Therapist?  ..................... 19
3   A Model of the Intentional Relationship ................ 45
4   Knowing Ourselves as Therapists: Introducing the
Therapeutic Modes .........       .................. 67
5   Knowing Our Clients: Understanding Interpersonal
Characteristics  ...................................99
6   Challenges to Client-Therapist Relationships: Inevitable
Interpersonal Events of Therapy ..................... 117
7   Navigating the Challenges: Therapeutic Responding
and Interpersonal Reasoning ....................... 135
PART II     Building an Interpersonal Skill Base
8   Therapeutic Communication ........................ 157
9   Establishing  Relationships  ......................... 177
10  Interviewing Skills and Strategic Questioning. .......... 195
II   Understanding Families, Social Systems, and
Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy ............. 209
12   Understanding and Managing Difficult Behavior ........ 231
13   Resolving Empathic Breaks and Conflicts. ............. 253
14   Professional Behavior, Values, and Ethics .............. 261
15   Working Effectively with Supervisors, Employers,
and Other Professionals .......................... 281
16   On Becoming a Better Therapist: Self-Care
and Developing Your Therapeutic Use of Self. .......... 297



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Occupational therapy, Allied health personnel and patient, Self, Occupational Therapy methods, Professional-Patient Relations, Self Concept