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Leisure and Well-Being Model (LWM)

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Leisure and Well-Being Model (LWM)
Cynthia Carruthers and
Colleen Deyell Hood

2007
Leisure & Well-Being Model (LWM)
Weaknesses
Underlying Concepts
1. A focus on strengths & capacities

2. Positive psychology

3. Working with the whole person

4. Focus on ability, rather than disability

5. Building a life of meaning by
developing strengths & resources
Definition of TR
To build positive emotions and encourage action in clients that will energize/empower them to take on greater opportunities and challenges in order to create a life of meaning, in spite of limitations and reach the ultimate goal of well-being...
Unique Attributes
Begin with the end in mind.... Well-being!

Positive psychology!

The combination of using
leisure experiences
and
developing resources
.
Foundational Theories
Founded in...

- Psychology (Frisch & Seligman)
- Human development
- Leisure Behavior Theory


- Model is versatile
- Works for every population
- Focus on the positive
- A newer model
- Follows current trends
- Built on evidence-based
theories
- health care payers/policy makers want concrete results of lasting value (may not see leisure as such)

- developing certain resources may not be as feasible in certain locations/ economic situations
Strengths
References

Carruthers, C. P., & Hood, C. D. (2007). Building a life of meaning through therapeutic recreation: The
leisure and well-being model, part I. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 41(4), 276-297.\

Carruthers, C. P., & Hood, C. D. (2007). Enhancing leisure experience and developing resources: The
leisure and well-being model, part ii. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 41(4), 298-325.

Carter, M.J., & Van Andel G.E., (2011). Therapeutic Recreation a practical approach (4th ed.). Long
Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc.

Ross, Jo-Ellen. (1998). Critique of Austin's health protection and health promotion model. 124-129.
Retrieved from http://www.bctra.org/wp-content/uploads/tr_journals/1160-4544-1-PB.pdf



References
Carruthers, C. P., & Hood, C. D. (2007). Building a life of meaning through therapeutic recreation: The
leisure and well-being model, part I. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 41(4), 276-297.\

Carruthers, C. P., & Hood, C. D. (2007). Enhancing leisure experience and developing resources: The
leisure and well-being model, part ii. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 41(4), 298-325.

Carter, M.J., & Van Andel G.E., (2011). Therapeutic Recreation a practical approach (4th ed.). Long
Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc.

Ross, Jo-Ellen. (1998). Critique of Austin's health protection and health promotion model. 124-129.
Retrieved from http://www.bctra.org/wp-content/uploads/tr_journals/1160-4544-1-PB.pdf
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