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Occupational Wholeness for Health and Wellbeing: A Guide to Re-thinking and Re-planning Life – Original PDF

10 Point


Routledge; 1st edition (February 17, 2023)


Farzaneh Yazdani


Original PDF


192 pages






‎ 978-0367472993, ‎ 9780367472993, 9780367472979, 9781003034759

This practical book introduces a new, research-based model of occupational wholeness, a way of conceptualising satisfaction with what one does to meet needs for being, belonging and becoming.


It explores how to: conceptualise people’s life stories through the model; take vital steps to help identify any problems; draw personal profiles; introduce intervention strategies for promoting wellbeing. Focusing on enhancing wellbeing, rather than ill health, the concept of occupational wholeness supports people to feel more control of their own lives and helps to identify what balance can be created, while recognising personal limitations and environmental restrictions. Alongside theoretical background, it includes practice applications and practical tools, with scenarios and activities to consolidate learning. Providing a unique combination of the practice and theory of occupational science, Yazdani integrates occupational science, psychology and sociology with clinical experience of working with diverse groups of people in different countries.


This book is an important guide and reference for occupational therapists, occupational scientists, counsellors and life coaches.


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