Breaking Away from the Monoamine Hypothesis for Depression – Occupational Therapy

Facebook Controversy Facebook has been making headlines and been the talk because of the recent controversy from a whistleblower and released internal research on social media’s effect on teenagers (notably teenage girls). It is easy to jump to the same conclusion based on our prior beliefs, biases, and emotions. However, it is important to to … Read more

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Made Easy Simple for Occupational Therapy

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Introduction Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is used primarily in psychosocial settings for occupational therapy, however, it can also be used in other settings such as with pediatrics, adults, and geriatrics. Studies have shown to be effective with many conditions including depression, anxiety, and even insomnia. Theory Thoughts > Feelings > Behavior One’s thoughts, feelings, and … Read more

Occupational Therapy Interventions to Lift Spirits when Depressed

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As an Amazon Affiliate, I may earn a commission on the purchases made through the links in this post. Introduction When occupational therapists work with their clients, they may be working with them at their lowest times. Many clients may be in the earlier phase of their rehab and have a hard time with adjustment … Read more