About John-Paul Husband
John Paul has worked for 20 years as an OT and care coordinator in a wide range of community and inpatient services including severe and enduring mental health, intensive intervention, learning disabilities & forensic services.
He is interested in practical solutions such as environmental adaptations and assistive technology.
The Model of Human Occupation.
Specialty in vocational and employment issues.
Working with difficult to engage, challenging, complex, and avoidant service users.
Service User Involvement in their own pathway of recovery
Dissertation on the ‘Suitability of OT with Homelessness’ which led to a presentation and keynote speech at the following year’s OT Conference in Edinburgh(1994).
BHSc (Hons) 2:1 Occupational Therapy 1993 University of Leeds
Certificate in Counselling Skills 1994
Fieldwork Educators Training with St Loyes, Exeter 1996
Model of Human Occupation & Assessments 2002
Psychosocial Intervention with Psychosis 2002