This doctoral capstone project was completed in partnership with REBOOT Recovery, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing trauma healing through faith-based, peer-led courses. The purpose of this project was to develop content to supplement the existing 12-week courses that emphasized participation in instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) and life roles. The project was titled “Week 13” within the organization, which consisted of content areas of emotional regulation, education on access to clinical care for mental health needs, financial management, social relationships, and decision-making skills. Content within these areas included reflective questions, calls-to-action, and fillable worksheet templates. Additional content was created for the organization’s website in the form of a blog post. The ultimate goal of this project was that course participants who interact with Week 13 content will be equipped with tools and strategies to further embrace a brighter future.
Meegan Lambert, OTD, OTR/L, LMT
Occupational Therapy, School of
Health Sciences & Nursing, Gordon E. Inman College of
Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
trauma healing; faith-based; material development; occupational therapy; IADLs
Ewald, Adrian, "Building a Brighter Future: Developing Function Out of Dysfunction" (2023). OTD Capstone Projects. 129.