OT-765: Psychosocial Level I Fieldwork

1 credit hour


Directed observation and participation in a psychosocial and social practice setting for individuals, groups and populations with behavioral impairments that impact occupational performance. Psychosocial factors that influence engagement and participation in occupation for enriching the concepts presented in OT 760 are the major focus. An occupational therapist or a practitioner in a related discipline will supervise students. The course provides learning outcomes designed to develop the occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant team process. Online and face-to-face seminar discussion as well as occupational therapy practice competency outcomes will occur.