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Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, Rev 2nd Ed

February 2, 2016 on 5:45 pm | In Dream Types | 3 Comments

IMPORTANT NOTE: The next edition of APTA’s Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, 2nd Edition, will be less an “edition” and more a “version” — 3.0 to be precise. Guide to Physical Therapist Practice 3.0 is scheduled for release in August 2014. It will be electronic only, as the online links to outside and continually updated resources made it impossible for the Guide to be useful as a static printed book.

Especially for educators and students: No printed book means that all you need for your class work is the URL. As long as you access Guide 3.0 via the guidetoptpractice.apta.org website you’ll have the most current version, semester after semester.

APTA will remove the printed Guide to Physical Therapist Practice from its catalog on June 1, and will no longer sell new copies.

The result of input and collaboration among hundreds of physical therapists, the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, Revised Second Edition, clearly defines scope of practice; guides patterns of practice; improves quality of care; promotes appropriate use of health care services; and explains physical therapist practice to insurers, policymakers, and other health care professionals. The Guide continues to be an essential resource for both daily practice and professional education.

The Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, Revised Second Edition, features:

  • A detailed description of the scope of physical therapist practice.
  • Tests and measures and interventions sections with expanded clinical indications, examples of tests and measures and data generated.
  • Examples in all sections to assist the user in examination and intervention.
  • Preferred practice patterns grouped into four major areas: musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular and pulmonary, and integumentary.
  • Tests and measures and interventions relevant to each pattern clarified.

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The Afterlife Connection: A Therapist Reveals How to Communicate with Departed Loved Ones

February 2, 2016 on 5:41 pm | In Dream Types | 2 Comments

This fascinating and surprising book is the first ever by a classically trained therapist to explore the spiritual aspects of the bond that exists between the living and the dead. Dr. Jane Greer began with the belief that this bond was not purely a psychological one but was, in fact, much more dynamic and empowering. It was only in the shattering aftermath of her own mother’s death, however–a turning point that, Dr. Greer admits, challenged her own ability to cope–that she began to explore and understand how to recognize and even initiate an ongoing communication that can have a profound impact on the ways we grieve and heal.

In these pages we learn that transcommunication is not simply “a hello from heaven” but a powerful therapeutic tool that is available to any of us. Through the story of her deceased mother’s many dream visits and manifestations–as well as those visits her patients receive from their loved ones-we learn to be alert to the signs of such phenomena and to recognize the messages they contain.

We see how her patients come to feel safe and protected again–as though they have a guardian angel-once they learn to open themselves up to these possibilities. Through this communication, which is at once spiritual and very concrete, the pain of grieving can be made more bearable. Ambivalent relationships can be healed. And a loved one’s messages can bring relief and joy.

This fascinating and surprising book is the first ever by a classically trained therapist to explore the spiritual aspects of the bond that exists between the living and the dead. Dr. Jane Greer began with the belief that this bond was not purely a psychological one but was, in fact, much more dynamic and empowering. It was only in the shattering aftermath of her own mother’s death, however–a turning point that, Dr. Greer admits, challenged her own ability to cope–that she began to explore and understand how to recognize and even initiate an ongoing communication that can have a profound impact on the ways we grieve and heal.

In these pages we learn that transcommunication is not simply “a hello from heaven” but a powerful therapeutic tool that is available to any of us. Through the story of her deceased mother’s many dream visits and manifestations–as well as those visits her patients receive from their loved ones-we learn to be alert to the signs of such phenomena and to recognize the messages they contain.

We see how her patients come to feel safe and protected again–as though they have a guardian angel-once they learn to open themselves up to these possibilities. Through this communication, which is at once spiritual and very concrete, the pain of grieving can be made more bearable. Ambivalent relationships can be healed. And a loved one’s messages can bring relief and joy.

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Becoming an Effective Therapist

February 2, 2016 on 5:37 pm | In Dream Types | 1 Comment

This text is part of a unique learning system-consisting of a text, a video, and a student workbook-designed to develop and enhance the core skills and strategies necessary to become an effective therapist. Becoming an Effective Therapist describes and illustrates the skills and strategies that experienced, effective therapists use in everyday therapeutic encounters with individuals, couples, and families. While some background information is included, such as the theory supporting the specific skills and some historical and contextual information, it is kept to a minimum. Rather, the focus is on developing competency in the core counseling and psychotherapy skills that will contribute to the learner’s effectiveness as a therapist.

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