Development of occupation-based practice 2.0 that integrates occupation based-practice and dissolution approach for belief conflict Mutsumi Teraoka 1,2 , Makoto Kyougoku 3 1Doctor Course, Graduate School of Health Sciences, Kibi International University 2Oosugi Hospital 3Graduate School of Health Sciences, Kibi International University Keyword: 作業 , 作業療法 , (作業機能障害) , (OBP 2.0) , (信念対立解明アプローチ) , Occupation , Occupational therapy , Occupational dysfunction , The occupation-based practice 2.0 , Dissolution approach for belief conflicts pp.249-258
Published Date 2014/6/15
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 This study described the theory and application of the revised version of the Occupation-based Practice (OBP 2.0) which was developed by the authors. The original OBP was effective for solving occupational dysfunction; however, the effectiveness was restricted by belief conflicts. We developed the OBP 2.0 by integrating the effectiveness of the original OBP with the dissolution approach for belief conflict, and addressing both the occupational dysfunction and belief conflict by using the solo OBP 2.0. This study detailed the application of the OBP 2.0 in clinical settings. Through clinical applications, this study illustrated the effectiveness of the OBP 2.0 as a new frame of conceptual theory in occupational therapy.

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