Theory and philosophies underpinning occupational therapy and occupational science.
Foundational knowledge of the description, mechanism and classification of psychiatric phenomenon required for the provision of client centred, evidence-informed occupational therapy with persons experiencing chronic and acute mental illness.
A discussion and analysis of selected topics of current interest in psychiatry as related to occupational therapy practice. Selected complex cases and special populations are addressed.
Application and integration of occupational therapy principles and practice for community service models. Community development approaches and collaboration highlight emerging roles for occupational therapists within the community-level in local, national, and international contexts.