Clinical and Professional Reasoning in Occupational Therapy








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Known and trusted for its unique, scholarly and accessible approach to the clinical reasoning process, Schell & Schell’s Clinical and Professional Reasoning in Occupational Therapy, 3rd Edition, offers up-to-date, easy-to-understand coverage of the theories and insights gained from years of studying how occupational therapy practitioners reason in practice.  

This groundbreaking text goes beyond simply directing how therapists should think to exploring why and how they reason when working with clients, employing a four-part organization that helps you develop the skills to identify and solve challenges throughout your career. Educators, and clinical supervisors will appreciate the in depth coverage of the Barbara Schell’s Ecological Model of Professional Reasoning, and John Schell’s Model of Contextual Learning and Teaching, providing strong support for how to teach and  improve reasoning.  

Informed by direct research with practitioners around the world the 3rd Edition incorporates new coverage of practical applications and assessments as well new quizzes, test questions, and video interviews with contributors to provide complete support for your success in class and help you make a confident transition to clinical practice.   

  • NEW! Coverage of applied content and assessment helps emerging occupational therapists translate professional reasoning concepts to practice.  
  • NEW! Quizzes and test questions available on Lippincott® Connect provide valuable self-assessment opportunities.  
  • NEW! Video interviews enrich students’ understanding of clinical reasoning with the real-life reflections of chapter contributors.  
  • Thinking About Thinking boxes clarify the clinical reasoning process.  
  • Learning activities challenge students to apply their reasoning to various occupational therapy scenarios.  
  • Case Examples demonstrate effective reasoning for managing a wide range of commonly encountered clinical and professional issues.