-three parts; restatement, reflection, and clarification.
-the practitioner actively listens to the client without making judgments, jumping in with advice or providing defensive replies.
-in the therapeutic relationship, the client's thought and feelings are summarized or simplified.
-is used when the OT practitioner wants to help the client look closer at the thoughts and feelings experienced.
-empathy is the ability of the OT practitioner to place himself or herself in the client's position and understand what he or she is experiencing.
-two people interacting with a common purpose.
-interacting forces within a small human group; the sociological study of these forces.
-what an individual would like to be if free of the demands of mundane reality.
-with only desirable qualities and with all wants and wishes fulfilled.
-tone of voice
-effective practitioner is sensitive to and watchful for nonverbal forms of communication.s
-the aspect that others see.
-it is what they perceive without the benefit of knowing a person's intentions, motivations and limitations.
-blending of the internal and external worlds involving intention and action plus environment awareness.
-feelings, strengths, limitations of the person
-a response wherein the purpose is to "express in words the feelings and attitudes sensed behind the words of the sender.
-in the therapeutic relationship, the receiver of the message(the practitioner)repeats the words of the speaker(the client) as they are heard.
-its primary purpose is to encourage the person to continue talking.
-knowing one's own true nature.
-it is the ability to recognize one' own behavior, emotional responses, and effect on others.
-interaction between therapist and client.
-OT is responsible for facilitating the healing and rehabilitation process.
-unique because it is designed to benefit the one being served.
Therapeutic use of self
-art of relating.
-entails being aware of oneself and of the client and being in command of what is communicated.
Universal stages of loss
-interaction with one another.
-complex exchange because each person live in two worlds of thoughts, feelings and desires.
Intentional Relationship Model