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Nature As Co-Therapist Podcast

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1.  Which of the following does NOT represent biophilic-based occupational therapy interventions?
  1. Weeding a raised bed garden at a skilled nursing facility garden
  2. Drying herbs from the garden at an outpatient mental health facility and using them for tea
  3. Swinging on a suspended swing in a therapy gym
  4. Swinging on a school playground
2.  A practitioner has spent the entire day preparing for an upcoming grand rounds presentation, and they feel very fatigued and frazzled. What nature and health theory supports their need to go outside and essentially ‘reset?’
  1. Attention Restoration
  2. Stress Reduction
  3. Prospect and Refuge
  4. Person Environment Occupation Performance
3.  When outside, Mila, who has been diagnosed with PTSD after having been a victim of human trafficking, seeks out spaces where they can appear to blend in with their surroundings, yet be fully able to see others. What theory supports this behavior?
  1. Stress Reduction
  2. Attention Restoration
  3. Prospect and Refuge
  4. Occupational Adaptation
4.  In the AOTA OTPF 4th edition, what factor/s is most applicable to nature-based intervention and practice?
  1. Personal Factors
  2. Environmental Factors
  3. Client Factors
  4. A and B
5.  Which of the following is an example of eco-social occupational therapy as applied to therapeutic gardens?
  1. Creating vertical gardens out of wooden packing pallets and recycled water bottles as planters
  2. Saving disposable chopsticks to be used as support stakes for seedling plants
  3. Saving vegetable peels from food preparation IADL work and using them to make vegetable stock
  4. All of the above

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