Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Rehabilitation counseling, Counseling, Rehabilitation
This paper discusses the tripartite model of rehabilitation as embedded within the broader model of therapeutic interventions. Rehabilitation, or tertiary intervention, can be viewed as addressing specific goals as they relate to diverse functional limitations. The three phases, or components, of rehabilitation intervention discussed include: (a) disability minimization in an effort to reduce its impact upon life activities; (b) skill development, as an attempt to compensate for limitations imposed by permanent losses; and (c) environmental manipulation to promote physical and social-attitudinal accessibility. The paper concludes with discussion of the model's applicability to the field of rehabilitation counseling.
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Livneh, H. (1995). The Tripartite Model of Rehabilitation Intervention: Basics, Goals and Rehabilitation Strategies. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 26(1), 25-29.