We know mental health problems can significantly impact on the experience of daily occupations. Some of the changes people experience are as follows:
* Lowered motivation
* Unpleasant emotions in relation to activity
* Lack of opportunity to do things that are meaningful
* Difficulty socialising
* Changes in cognition/thinking
Occupational therapy aims to address the activity health needs of people living with mental health problems to work towards participating in the occupations that are meaningful and enjoyable to them.
We do this through assessments – interviews with you and your support network (family, friend, worker), occupational performance assessments (seeing you perform everyday activities), sensory modulation assessments and developing tailored therapy programs accordingly.
If this listing is incorrect or incomplete, please contact us. Please note that organisations are solely responsible for ensuring their details are up-to-date.
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