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The Occupational Therapists and our irrational ideas

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Author(s): Masa Moreno, S | Domínguez Clemente, A | Mendo Gómez, V

Journal: TOG : Revista de Terapia Ocupacional de la APGTO
ISSN 1885-527X

Issue: 1;
Date: 2004;
Original page

Keywords: Occupational therapy | irrational idea | thinking | Mental Processes

ABSTRACT
With this text it is tried to make an approach to thoughts, that we create we have in common most of the occupational therapists, in which to our work and our daily practice one talks about. These ideas that we have in common if they are analyzed carefully, and following Ellis, A. and Grieger, R. (1977), are irrational ideas. In order to base this one has compared some of the thoughts that with more frequency we shared the occupational therapists with some of the irrational ideas that east author explains. From this comparison, the opinion arises from which often our way to think is not correct or rational.

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