Recreational Therapy Journal

Table of Contents

If There Is No Erection, How Can It Be Sex? If There Is An Erection, How Can It Be Abuse?
Julia Hislop, Ph.D. (Article -- 6 September 2005)

Diagnostic Signs in Recreational Therapy
joan burlingame (Note -- 1 August 2000, also listed in the Activity Professional Journal)

TRAA: About the Card Game
joan burlingame (Note -- 1 August 2000, also listed in the Activity Professional Journal)

Primer on Reimbursement
joan burlingame (Note -- 20 April 1999, also listed in the Activity Professional Journal)

Section T of the MDS
joan burlingame (Note -- 11 February 1999, also listed in the Activity Professional Journal)

Professional Competencies for Recreational Therapists
Puget Sound Therapeutic Recreation Association    (Article -- 11 February 1999)

The Conceptual Development of Recreational Therapy
Ann James    (Article -- 10 February 1999)


We are also looking for articles on these topics, suggested by readers of the journal:

  • Information about using the Internet as a leisure activity.
  • An article on the movement of allied health professions toward an interdisciplinary approach for treatment of clients and patients.
  • Information on the movement of Recreational Therapy toward working with individuals outside of a strict clinical setting and its effects on the profession as a whole.
  • Ideas on how to assess whether or not clients are finding recreation and leisure activities enjoyable and beneficial
  • Topics to use for recreational therapy quality assurance programs.

If you are interested in writing an article on these questions or any other topic, please email us your idea for a topic.

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