Mary Alice Bruce

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Through this hermeneutic-phenomenological qualitative study, 10 supervisors of a CACREP accredited program identified emergent themes and challenges of triadic supervision: relationship dynamics, feedback, time management, contextual learning, and matching of supervisees. The researchers offer specific methods to approach these challenges within triadic(More)
S ince the early days of the profession, occupational therapists have endorsed a humanistic philosophy that values individual choice, engagement in productive activity, and the right to self-fulfillment and equal opportunity for each individual. These values are evident in occupational therapy s rvices and in the multiple advocacy roles that therapists(More)
One format was presented that met the practical parameters of classroom education while improving the clarity and effectiveness of classroom testing, and facilitating the assurance of future practitioner competence. While employing criterion-referenced testing, this format did not adhere strictly to a competency-based model, nor were test questions(More)
Play therapy in Malaysia is still in the early stages of development. This study investigated the effectiveness of Child-Centered Play Therapy by conducting 3-day training sessions in different part of Malaysia for a total of 116 participants including mental health students and practitioners. Four research questions guided this study in exploring the(More)
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