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    [edited by] Cathy Long, Jane Cronin-Davis, Diane Cotterill.
    Summary: "Occupational Therapy Evidence in Practice for Mental Health" provides students and practitioners with a textbook that both demonstrates and explains the application of evidence-based practice. The book contains case studies that clearly illustrate the ways in which theory, research and/or governmental guidelines can be used to inform clinical reasoning and practice. Each chapter addresses different areas of mental health and demonstrates how the occupational therapy process might be implemented for each individual and how available evidence can be used to inform this process as well as the therapist's reasoning and critical reflection. Content spans a wide range of occupational therapy practice with client cases representing a variety of diagnoses, ages and social and cultural backgrounds within an assortment of health or social care settings.

    An introduction : tracking developments in mental health practice / Cheryl McMorris
    Service user and carer involvement : co-production / Nashiru Momori and Gabrielle Richards
    Creativity as a transformative process / Diane Cotterill and Lucy Coleman
    Group work in occupational tterapy : generic versus specialist practice / Catherine Benyon-Pindar
    Working with alice smith : services for older people / Caroline Wolverson and Alison Williams
    Occupational therapy interventions for someone experiencing severe and enduring mental illness / Lindsay Rigby and Ian Wilson
    Forensic mental health : creating occupational opportunities / Jane Cronin-Davis
    Promoting self-efficacy in managing major depression / Gill Richmond
    Veterans : understanding military culture and the possible effects on engagement / Nick Wood.
    Digital Access Wiley 2017