Conversation With Suzanne Peloquin, Ph.D.,OTR: Mindful Crafts as Therapy

Conversation With Suzanne Peloquin, Ph.D.,OTR: Mindful Crafts as Therapy

 

 

Dr. Suzanne Peloquin is one of Occupational Therapy’s shining stars, and a great inspiration to many, myself included. Join me for a delightful conversation with Suzanne, who practices and teaches authentic occupational therapy. Here she describes her clinical practice in a unique community mental health setting, and tells about her fabulous new book co-authored with Dr. Cynthia Evetts, titled, Mindful Crafts as Therapy.

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Readings:

Evetts, C.L. and Peloquin, S.M. (2017). Mindful Crafts as Therapy: Engaging More than Hands. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.

Peloquin, S.M., Ciro, C. Fingerhut, P. & Patterson, T.S. (2017): Population-Centered Groups for Women Recovering from Substance Abuse:Satisfaction, Engagement, and Lessons Learned, Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, DOI:10.1080/0164212X.2017.1398120

https://doi.org/10.1080/0164212X.2017.1398120

Peloquin, S. M. & Ciro, C. A. (2013). Self-development groups among women in recovery: Client perceptions of satisfaction and engagement. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 67, 1-9.

Peloquin, S, M. (2010). Occupational therapy among women in recovery from substance abuse. OT Practice, May 24.



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