May 2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
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May 2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

OT 240 - Psychosocial Dysfunction and Group Dynamics

This course is a lecture and experiential course that deals with therapeutic techniques and principles as applied to psychosocial and cognitive dysfunction and its impact on a person’s occupational performance and environment. Special emphasis will be placed on the evaluation process, the role of the environment and culture, group process, and therapeutic use of self. These principles will be applied to a variety of treatment settings. The use of ethical and clinical reasoning skills will be emphasized. Semester Credit Hours: 3.00 Contact Hours: 45/0/0/45 Prerequisites: OT 100 Life Span Development , OT 110 Principles of Occupational Therapy , OT 210 Occupational Therapy in Physical Disabilities I , and  PS 101 Psychology . Corequisite: OT 150 Level I Fieldwork: Community and Emerging Practice .