Occupationaljustice and Client-Centred Practice: A Dialogue in Progress

@article{Townsend2004OccupationaljusticeAC,
  title={Occupationaljustice and Client-Centred Practice: A Dialogue in Progress},
  author={E. Townsend and Ann A.Wilcock},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy},
  year={2004},
  volume={71},
  pages={75 - 87}
}
  • E. Townsend, Ann A.Wilcock
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy
  • Background. This paper describes an ongoing, international dialogue about the relationship between occupation, justice, and client-centred practice, prompted by the question: How do occupational therapists work for justice? Methods. The authors critically reflect on their own dialogue and culturally situated interests, dialogues with workshop participants, and a literature review. Results. Four cases of occupational injustice are proposed: occupational alienation, occupational deprivation… CONTINUE READING
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