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Implementation of occupational therapy within early intervention in psychosis services: Results from a national survey

Occupational therapy plays an important role in fostering community participation in areas such as education, employment, leisure, and social relationships, yet its added value within early intervention in psychosis services, especially in the United States, remains poorly understood. The purpose of this research was to conduct a national survey of early intervention in psychosis programs to: (1) understand the role and unique contributions of occupational therapists to early interventions teams, and (2) identify barriers and supports to the implementation of occupational therapy services within these programs.

Implementation of occupational therapy