OT 3015 Psychosocial Aspects of Occupation I

Study of psychosocial aspects of human occupation and disability. Includes review of DSM V; key theoretical perspectives, orientation to psychosocial practice settings and professional roles, and introduction to the occupational therapy intervention process for individuals with psychosocial dysfunction - 2 lecture hours. Prerequisite: Admission to the Health Science/Pre-Occupational Therapy major. (Exam average policy in effect for this course.)

Credits

3.00 units

Corequisite

OTL 3015 - lab