|1.||Comprehend, compare and contrast the psychological processes in rehabilitation;|
|2.||Critically evaluate the importance and influence of client-practitioner relationships in rehabilitation;|
|3.||Practise, test, revise and learn to use mental skills in applied settings;|
|4.||Evaluate, assess and develop strategies to improve client self-management, adherence and compliance to rehabilitation programs; and|
|5.||Critically analyse the importance of counselling and support for clients during the rehabilitation process; when to refer to other appropriate allied health professionals.|
Psychology in the physical and manual therapies, 1st edn,
Kolt & Andersen 2004,
Edinburgh, Scotland: Churchill Livingstone.
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