Slow occupation Dr Bel Youngson and Dr Helen Wilby

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RCOT Conference 19 June 2017. Aims:. Introduce and explore slow occupation through slow stitching. What is Slow?. How does this link to occupational engagement?. Flow. Mindfulness. Mundane occupation. ID: 650345 Download Presentation

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Slow occupation

Dr Bel Youngson and Dr Helen Wilby

RCOT Conference 19 June 2017

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Aims:

Introduce and explore slow occupation through slow stitching

What is Slow?

How does this link to occupational engagement?

Flow

Mindfulness

Mundane occupation

Restoration

TemporalityMeaningHaving a go at slow stitchingReflection

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OTBelY

@

helenwilby

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What is slow?

Since 1980s – slow food

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OTBelY

@helenwilby

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What is slow?

Slow education

Slow fashion

Slow travel

Slow goods

Slow living

Slow cities

Slow gardening …..

TED talk https://www.ted.com/talks/carl_honore_praises_slowness Honore (2005)@OTBelY @helenwilby

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Slow and occupational engagement

Flow

Acting with total involvement

Becoming one with the experience

Challenge-skill balance

How occupation is experienced and practiced

(

Csikszentmihalyi

1975)(Reid 2011)[Cheek-sent-me-high]

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Slow and occupational engagement

Mindfulness

“an intentional awareness of what is, being aware of awareness”

(Reid 2011)

Noticing events rather than being caught up in them

(McVeigh 2015)

Active availability

(Reid 2009)

Finding the ‘right’ mindfulness practice (McVeigh 2015)@OTBelY @helenwilby

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Slow and occupational engagement

‘Mundane’ occupation

Occupational presence

Does not need to be productive

Provides opportunities for participation

(Reid 2010)

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OTBelY

@helenwilby

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Slow and occupational engagement

Restoration

Energy for whatever comes up next

The least recognised experience in OT

(Howell and Pierce 2000)

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OTBelY

@

helenwilby

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Slow and occupational engagement

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OTBelY @

helenwilby

Temporality

Occupation as a consumer of time

Pace of life (time pressure) slowing time

(Pemberton and Cox 2009)

Time experience (Larson and von Eye 2010)

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Slow and occupational engagement

Meaning

DoingBeing

‘time taken to reflect, be introspective or meditative, (re)discover the self, savour the moment…..and to enjoy being with special people’

(Whalley

Hammell

2004, p. 301)

@

OTBelY @helenwilbyBelonging Doing and being with others‘occupation done with others gives a sense of connection and it is through the connection that occupation comes to have meaning’(Reed, Hocking and Smythe 2010, p.145)

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Sum up and having a go at slow stitching

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OTBelY @

helenwilby

Implications for occupational therapy?

Experience of slow stitching

(Wellesley-Smith 2015)

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Slow stitching

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How are you feeling?

@OTBelY

@helenwilby

3 words to describe how you are feeling:

Go to

www.menti.com

and use code 20 42 52

Or use QR code:

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Feelings

Results

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helenwilby

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Reflection

@OTBelY @helenwilby

3 words to describe how you are feeling after slow stitching

Go to

www.menti.com

and use code 54 62 54

Or use QR code:

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Reflection

@OTBelY @helenwilby

Results

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Reflection

@OTBelY @

helenwilby

Haiku – your experience of slow stitching:

Questions to guide your reflection:

How did I experience this task?

What did it mean to me?

How did I feel about slowing down?

What did I learn: about myself / about slow?How might I use this in the future: personally / professionally?Would I change it?What other slow occupations could I consider?

HAIKU:

17 syllables in 5-7-5

No rigid rules re sentence structure

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References

Csikszentmihalyi

M (1975)

Beyond Boredom and Anxiety

. San Francisco:

Jossey

-Bass.

Honore

C (2005) In Praise of Slow. London: Orion Books. Howell D and Pierce D (2000) Exploring the forgotten restorative dimension of occupation: Quilting and quilt use. Journal of Occupational Science, 7 (2) 68-72.Larson E and von Eye A (2010) Beyond Flow: Temporality and Participation in Everyday Activities. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64 (1), 152-163.McVeigh R (2015) Mindfulness in practice: Developing an occupational therapy niche. Occupational Therapy Now (17.3) 19-20. Available at

http://kprcontentlibrary.kprdsb.ca:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-9500/OT%20Now%20-%20Mindfulness%20in%20Practice.pdf

.

Pemberton S and Cox D (2011) What happened to the time? The relationship of occupational therapy to time.

British Journal of Occupational Therapy

, 74 (2), 78-85.

Reed K, Hocking C,

Smythe

L (2010) The interconnected meanings of occupation: The call, being-with, possibilities.

Journal of Occupational Science

, 17(3), 140-149.

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References contd

Reid D (2009) Capturing presence moments: The art of mindful practice in occupational therapy. Canadian

Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76 (3), 180-188.Reid D (2010) Mundane occupations: Providing opportunity for engagement and being-in-the-world.

Occupational Therapy Now (12.2) 24-26.Reid D (2011) Mindfulness and flow in occupational engagement: Presence in Doing. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy

, 78, 50-56.Royeen L (2016) Portrait of an OT artist: Using Mindfulness to find Life Balance.

The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy

, 4 (1), Article 11, available at:

http://dx.doi.org/10.15453/2168-6408.1248

.Whalley Hammell K (2004) Dimensions of meaning in the occupations of daily life. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 5(71), 296-305.Wellesley-Smith C (2015) Slow Stitch: Mindful and Contemplative Textile Art. London: Batsford.

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Useful websites

http://www.clairewellesleysmith.co.uk/blog/

http://www.slowstitching.com/

http://www.thejournalforwsd.org.uk/application/workfiles/resources/art245.pdf

http://www.carlhonore.com/books/in-praise-of-slowness/

TED talk https://www.ted.com/talks/carl_honore_praises_slowness TED TALK https://www.ted.com/talks/mihaly_csikszentmihalyi_on_flow?language=en


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