Jamie Pomeranz, Director of the CEU Program, provides a closer look at the program. The UF Department of Occupational Therapy has provided pre-approved continuing education credits to licensed and certified rehabilitation professionals for many years.
This is an introductory course in therapeutic communication for rehabilitation professionals. Students taking this course will receive an overview of basic verbal and nonverbal therapeutic communication skills and application within a rehabilitation setting.
Recently, Dr. Jamie Pomeranz was appointed as the Director of the Social and Behavioral Science concentration in the PhD program in Public Health and as the Coordinator of the Social and Behavioral Science Program Faculty.
In this course, the instructor provides an overview of motivational interviewing, originally introduced by William Miler and Stephen Rollnick in 1983. The instructor will evidence supporting motivational interviewing and application to Occupational Therapy.
In this course, the author provides an overview of life care planning as a case management tool for occupational therapy practitioners as well as other rehabilitation professionals. Definitions and roles for life care planning are included. The training also includes an overview of the methodology associated with life care planning practice.
In this course, the author author provides an overview of the case management. Definitions and roles among health professionals are included. The training also includes the types funding supporting case management and why rehabilitation professionals make great case managers.