ASSESSMENTS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY MENTAL HEALTH

Author: Barbara Hemphill-Pearson, DMin, OTR, FAOTA
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Publisher: Slack Incorporated
Publication Date: 2008
ISBN 10: 1556427735
ISBN 13: 9781556427732
Edition: 2nd

Description:

Assessments in Occupational Therapy Mental Health, Second Edition proposes an exciting integrated approach to assessing multiple systems. The chapters in this text also present a thorough process for approaching client evaluation. In addition, the reasoning process is explored in a way that is helpful to occupational therapy students and practitioners at all levels.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • DEDICATION
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Editor
  • About the Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Preface

PART I INTRODUCTION

    THE PATIENT’S PROFILE: AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH

    • Introduction
    • Holism—An Integrative Approach to the Patient Profile
    • Spirituality and the Evaluation Process
    • Spirituality as an Occupation
    • The Integrative Approach—The Patient’s Profile
    • Developing the Patient’s Profile
    • Summary
    • References

PART II: THE INTERVIEWING PROCESS

    INTERVIEWING IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

    • Introduction
    • The Power of an Interview
    • Interview Defined
    • An Unstructured Interview
    • Clinical Reasoning
    • Professional Boundaries
    • The Therapist’s Theoretical Orientation
    • Screening
    • Refusals
    • Preparing an Interview
    • The Therapist’s Attitudes
    • The Therapist’s Skills
    • The Physical Setting
    • Planning
    • Patient Factors
    • Sequence of an Interview
    • Documentation
    • Initial Evaluation Summary
    • Summary
    • References

    CLIENT-CENTERED ASSESSMENT: THE CANADIAN OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE MEASURE

    • Introduction
    • The Practice Context
    • Client-Centered Practice
    • Specific Challenges for Therapist-Client Partnerships in Mental Health Practice
    • The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
    • Case Scenarios
    • Lessons Learned
    • References

    ROLE CHANGE ASSESSMENT: AN INTERVIEW TOOL FOR OLDER ADULTS

    • Introduction
    • Conceptual Basis
    • The Role Change Assessment (Version 2.0)
    • The Role Change Assessment Manual
    • Psychometrics
    • Research Using the Role Change Assessment
    • Summary
    • References

PART III: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENTS

    JOURNALING AS AN ASSESSMENT TOOL IN MENTAL HEALTH

    • Introduction
    • Journal Writing and Mental Health
    • Current Applications and Research
    • Application to Occupational Therapy
    • Frame of Reference and Theoretical Perspectives
    • Applying Journal Writing to Occupational Therapy Assessment
    • Additional Considerations
    • Case Study
    • Summary
    • References

    EXPRESSIVE MEDIA USED AS ASSESSMENT IN MENTAL HEALTH

    • Introduction
    • The Therapeutic Use of Expressive Media Within Occupational Therapy
    • Why Assess Mental Health Using Expressive Media?
    • Formal and Informal Assessments Using Expressive Media
    • Case Study
    • Summary
    • Acknowledgments
    • References

PART IV: LEARNING ASSESSMENTS

    THE PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF SELF-CARE SKILLS (PASS)

    • Introduction
    • Conceptual Foundations of the PASS
    • Structure and Rating Scales of the PASS
    • Psychometric Properties of the PASS
    • Clinical Utility of the PASS
    • Summary
    • References

    THE COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY EVALUATION (COTE)

    • Introduction
    • Behaviors Assessed by the COTE Scale
    • Case Study 1: Marie
    • Case Study 2: Charlie
    • Reliability and Validity
    • Format
    • Application
    • Summary
    • References

    COMMUNITY ADAPTIVE PLANNING ASSESSMENT

    • Introduction
    • Criteria for Evaluating Community Planning and Integration Instruments
    • Concepts That Guided Construction of the CAPA
    • Comparison With Other Assessments That Meet Some of the Identified Patient Needs
    • Development of the CAPA
    • Studies of the Usability of the CAPA
    • Description of the CAPA
    • Administration
    • Application to Mental Health Populations (When It Is Appropriate to Use)
    • Case Study
    • Summary
    • Acknowledgment
    • References

    VOCATIONAL ASSESSMENTS USED IN MENTAL HEALTH

    • Introduction
    • History of Mental Health Services Involving Work-Related Occupations
    • Predictors of Vocational Potential for Persons With Mental Illness
    • Occupational Performance Assessments
    • Situational Assessment
    • Social Interaction Skills
    • Self-Concept in Worker Role
    • Job Development Services
    • Supported Employment Versus Traditional Vocational Services
    • References

PART V: BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENTS

    ASSESSMENTS USED WITH THE MODEL OF HUMAN OCCUPATION

    • Introduction
    • MOHO Concepts
    • Individual Client Factors
    • Interview Assessments
    • Observational Assessments
    • Self-Report Assessments
    • Assessments That Use a Variety of Data-Gathering Methods
    • Other MOHO Assessments
    • Summary
    • References

    WORK-RELATED ASSESSMENTS: WORKER ROLE INTERVIEW (WRI) AND WORK ENVIRONMENT IMPACT SCALE (WEIS)

    • Introduction
    • The Worker Role Interview
    • The Work Environment Impact Scale
    • Summary
    • References

    ROLE ASSESSMENTS USED IN MENTAL HEALTH

    • Introduction
    • Role Development: A Set of Guidelines for Clinical Practice
    • Literature Review
    • The Documented Use of Role Development Guidelines
    • Study A: Research Conducted at a Maximum-Security Psychiatric Facility
    • Study B: Research Conducted at a Community Mental Health Center
    • Results
    • Administration of the Assessment Tools
    • Summary
    • References

    THE BAY AREA FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

    • Introduction
    • Theoretical Basis
    • Administration and Scoring
    • Validity on the Original Version of the TOA
    • Validity on the Revised Version of the TOA
    • The TOA as the Standard
    • Reliability of the TOA
    • Validity on the Original Version of the SIS
    • Reliability of the SIS
    • General Psychiatry
    • Factors Affecting Norms
    • Clinical Application
    • Evaluation of Patient Progress in Research Studies
    • Further Research
    • Summary
    • References

    THE ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL FUNCTIONING—COLLABORATIVE VERSION

    • Introduction
    • Overview
    • Theoretical Base
    • Case Example: Tom
    • Summary
    • References

    THE ROLE CHECKLIST

    • Introduction
    • Occupational Therapy and Roles
    • Model of Human Occupation
    • Role Checklist
    • Case Study
    • Summary
    • References

PART VI: BIOLOGICAL AND SPIRITUAL ASSESSMENTS

    OT-QUEST ASSESSMENT

    • Introduction
    • Literature Review
    • Rationale for the OT-QUEST
    • Research, Validity, and Reliability of the OT-QUEST
    • Administration and Scoring
    • Case Study
    • Appropriate Populations for Use of the OT-QUEST
    • Strengths and Limitations of the OT-QUEST
    • Further Research
    • Acknowledgments
    • References
    • Funding

PART VII: COMPUTERIZED ASSESSMENTS

    STRESS MANAGEMENT QUESTIONNAIRE

    • Introduction
    • Development of the Stress Management Questionnaire (SMQ)
    • Components of the SMQ
    • Reliability of the SOS Cards
    • Summary
    • References

    OT FACT APPLICATION IN MENTAL HEALTH: AN UPDATE

    • Introduction
    • The OT FACT Taxonomic Organization: Human Occupational Performance Practice Integration Theory (HOPPIT)
    • The Number of Categories in the OT FACT Taxonomy
    • Mental Health Categories Within the OT FACT Taxonomy
    • TTSS: The Software Question Methodology of OT FACT
    • OT FACT Software Features
    • Program Evaluation and Outcomes Research
    • Psychometric Aspects of OT FACT
    • Validity and Reliability Design Implications of TTSS
    • Contemporary Reliability and Validity
    • Use of OT FACT to Teach Holistic Physical and Mental Health Perspectives in Occupational Therapy
    • Past, Present, and Future Contribution of Occupational Therapy to Measurement
    • Future Use of OT FACT
    • Summary
    • References

PART VIII: ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS

    A SUMMARY OF ASSESSMENTS IN WELLNESS

    • Introduction
    • What Is Occupational Wellness?
    • Subcategories of Occupation
    • Values
    • Control
    • Developing a Practice Model Based on the Conceptual Model of Occupational Wellness
    • Summary
    • References

    PEDIATRIC ASSESSMENTS USED IN MENTAL HEALTH

    • Introduction
    • Rationale for the Selection of Assessments
    • Sensory Processing Assessments
    • Play Assessments
    • School Setting Assessments
    • Assessments Related to Eating Disorders: Tests for Physical Activity, Body Image, and Self-Esteem in School Children
    • Projective Assessments
    • Infant/Preschool Assessments
    • Screening Assessments
    • Motor Assessments
    • Summary
    • References

PART IX RESEARCH CONCEPTS USED WITH ASSESSMENTS

    EVIDENCE-BASED ASSESSMENTS USED WITH MENTAL HEALTH

    • Introduction
    • Best Practice in Measurement
    • Searching and Evaluating the Evidence in Assessment
    • Process of Evidence-Based Practice
    • Review of Outcome Measures
    • Advantages of Evidence-Based Assessment
    • Summary
    • References

    RESEARCH PRINCIPLES USED IN DEVELOPING ASSESSMENTS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

    • Introduction
    • Basics of Assessment
    • Types of Evaluation in Occupational Therapy
    • Designing an Evaluation
    • Ethics in Evaluation Development
    • Summary
    • Acknowledgment
    • References

APPENDICES

    APPENDIX A Journaling Resources

    APPENDIX B Comprehensive Occupational Therapy Evaluation Scale (COTE Scale)

    APPENDIX C Definitions of Terms for the COTE Scale

    APPENDIX D Collaborative Adaptive Planning Assessment

    APPENDIX E Community Adaptive Planning Report Format

    APPENDIX F Task Skills Scale

    APPENDIX G Interpersonal Skills Scale

    APPENDIX H School Scale

    APPENDIX I Work Scale

    APPENDIX J Group Membership

    APPENDIX K Family Member – Parent Role

    APPENDIX L Family Member – General Family Interaction

    APPENDIX M Friendships

    APPENDIX N Community Member

    APPENDIX O Health Maintenance

    APPENDIX P Home Maintenance

    APPENDIX Q Role Checklist Summary Sheet

    APPENDIX R Studies That Used the Role Checklist as a Part of the Methodology

    APPENDIX S Studies Supporting the Validity and Reliability of the Role Checklist

    APPENDIX T Descriptions of the Use of the Role Checklist as a Therapeutic Tool or Outcome Measure

    APPENDIX U Excerpts of OT FACT Psychosocial Categories and Definitions

    APPENDIX V OT FACT Profile for an Individual With Early Alzheimer’s Behaviors

    APPENDIX W Occupational Wellness Assessment (OWA) Interview Questions