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USING BLOB TOOLS TO EXPRESS FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY : Experiences from five Finnish Occupational Therapists

@inproceedings{Poikonen2011USINGBT,
  title={USING BLOB TOOLS TO EXPRESS FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY : Experiences from five Finnish Occupational Therapists},
  author={Leena Poikonen},
  year={2011}
}
The aim of this Bachelor’s Thesis was to find out whether and how the Blob Tools by Pip Wilson and Ian Long could be implemented into occupational therapy as a means of expressing feelings and emotions. The study included user experiences from five Finnish occupational therapists working in different occupational rehabilitation units. The Blob Tools’ prospects were evaluated in both individual and group therapy settings and in various age groups with children, adolescents and adults. The… Expand

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