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#thedarksideofoccupation

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Clarissa S

on 1 October 2016

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Transcript of #thedarksideofoccupation

Recognising
the Dark Side
Exploring the Unexplored
Curiosity
Permission-giving questions
Exploring motivation
Recognising appeal of the occupation
Remaining Tethered
Exploring #thedarksideofoccupation
Introductions
Mary Cowan @marysotfocus
Clarissa Sorlie @geekyOT
Model of Human Occupation
Motivational Interviewing
"Superficial analysis may indicate that a client's engagement in occupation is adaptive when it is actually pathologically driven." (Jones, 2010, pg. 204)
Rolling with resistance
Developing discrepancy
Assessing readiness for change
Identifying ambivalence
Self-motivating statements
Models
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Clinical Example
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