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The following Occupational Performance Coaching resources are available for download, free of charge under a Creative Commons Licience (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives) for individual’s personal use. These resources are free to use so long as authorship and source are acknowledged and they are not then sold wholly or as part of other resources (such as training or printed materials) without permission from the author, Fiona Graham (fi.graham@otago.ac.nz).

These resources are intended as practical tools to assist clinicians and researchers already familiar with Occupational Performance Coaching. These resources may be difficult to interpret or apply accurately without having read the Occupational Performance Coaching Manual (2020) by Graham, Kennedy-Behr and Ziviani or one of the book chapters describing Occupational Performance Coaching listed on the Publications tab.

Occupational Performance Coaching demonstration video that accompanies the Occupational Performance Coaching manual is available.

Occupational Performance Coaching Podcast and Demonstration Video

Chapter 1. Podcast: An interview with Dr Fi Graham

Chapter 5. Demonstration Video

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Occupational Performance Coaching graphics and presentations

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Tools for implementing OPC

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Tools for assessing OPC

Erratum: Occupational Performance Coaching Manual (2020) by Graham, Kennedy-Behr and Ziviani, P21, lines 4–8: The terms autonomy and competence have been incorrectly linked with the OPC model and should read:

‘Although clients’ psychological needs, as proposed in SDT, are relevant across all OPC elements, the need for Autonomy is addressed most directly by the Share domain of OPC; the need for Relatedness is most directly aligned to the Connect domain and the need for Competence is most directly met within the Structure domain.’

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