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  • 1. Empower psychiatric fieldwork students in Taiwan: using KAWA model experience Hsin Hsiu, Yeh¹ & Michael, K., Iwama² Dept. of Psychiatric OT, Taipei City Hospital¹ & Graduate Dept. of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Toronto²Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 1
  • 2. BackgroundNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 2
  • 3. Background• Taiwan OT fieldwork training• Challenges – Self-identity & uncertainty future – Stress Management • interpersonal & time management• Empower way: KAWA & Narrative – self reflection↑ – meaningfulness↑• Common desires: – Harmony/ “Yin & Yang” stateNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 3
  • 4. MethodsNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 4
  • 5. Methods• Case Study Design – 6 Students• Process: – 2.5 hours/student – 4 open-ended questions after 7 days – KAWA model with Narrative Therapy skillsNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 5
  • 6. Methods• KAWA Model (Iwama, 2006) – Eastern view – Metaphor for conversation base• Narrative therapy(White,2007) – Re-Authoring conversation map – Externalizing – Re-Membering – ScaffoldingNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 6
  • 7. ResultsNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 7
  • 8. Results: Common Issues• Confucian Relationalism (Hwang, 2000,2001) – Care about “Persons-in-Relation” – “Persons-in-Relation” was represented as ”support” & “obstacle”. – Conflict between “Being Themselves” & “The Expectation of Significant Others” – The sense of belongings to their “Systems of Social Relationships” Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 8
  • 9. Fellow-up QuestionsNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 9
  • 10. Results: After Conversation(Ⅰ) What did they learn by painting their KAWA?Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 10
  • 11. The Inspires • Empower themselves – Self-reflection – Redefine with a positive view – Being themselves – Manage resources • “The Chains of Association” – Result meaningfulness↑Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 11
  • 12. Results: After Conversation(Ⅱ) What’s the difficulties in the process of using KAWA model?Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 12
  • 13. The difficulties • Poor reflective ability before this process • The cross-sectional view of KAWA isn’t commonNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 13
  • 14. Results: After Conversation(Ⅲ) What are the influences after using KAWA model?Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 14
  • 15. The Influences • Self-Reflection and Self- Awareness↑ – Find “the chains of association” and its value→ meaningfulness (Antonovsky, 1987) – Help to find more resources→ manageability (Antonovsky, 1987)Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 15
  • 16. Results: After Conversation(Ⅳ) What are the thoughts rising after looking at the KAWA again?Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 16
  • 17. The Effects • “Everything continue flowing in their life river” – Even positive or negative things • Being themselves with a positive view – Using more flexible way to resolve or find resourcesNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 17
  • 18. DiscussionsNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 18
  • 19. Discussions • “How to find harmony state in life?” – The Confucian Relationalism V.S. Western culture • Balance between “the expectation of significant others” and “being themselves”Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 19
  • 20. Discussions • KAWA model with narrative therapy – Re-construct powerful life river – Help to find “meaning in life” – Appreciate both “Yin & Yang” of selfNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 20
  • 21. References• Antonovsky, A. (1987). Unraveling the Mastery of Health. How People Manage Stress and Stay Well. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco.• Hwang, K.K. (2000). Chinese Relationalism: Theoretical construction and methodological considerations. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 30(2), 155-178.• Hwang, K.K. (2001). The deep structure of Confucianism: A social psychological approach. Asian Philosophy, 11(3), 179-204.• Iwama, M. (2006). The Kawa Model: Culturally Relevant Occupational Therapy. Edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone- Elsevier.• White, M. (2007). Maps of Narrative Therapy. New York: W. W. Norton. Nov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 21
  • 22. Thank you for your attention~ Hsin Hsiu, Yeh Email: essentialyeh@gmail.comNov. 23,2011 published in 5th APOTC 22