HS-525: Psychosocial Health and Wellness
3 credit hours
Presents an overview of psychosocial client factors and their impact on occupation and occupational performance. Issues supporting quality of life, wellbeing, and occupation of the individual, group, or populations to promote mental health are discussed. Discussion of concepts concerning health and wellness, needs of individuals experiencing or at risk for social injustice, occupational deprivation, and disparity in the receipt of services will occur. Group process and dynamics are major content areas and are examined through experiential learning activities. This course provides foundational support for the occupational therapy evaluation/intervention course series.
Prerequisite: enrollment in the Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy