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The second edition of Psychosocial Occupational Therapy: A Clinical Practice by Elizabeth Cara and Anne MacRae is an excellent resource for students and clinicians alike. The second edition incorporates the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (AOTA, 2002) into its organizational structure and its use of language. The book draws its strength from the experienced contributors who each write about their area of expertise. As such, it includes very relevant information that reflects the current practice climate such as case management and the focus on community settings. It uses ample case studies to illustrate concepts that are presented in the chapter. The book features 24 chapters organized into seven parts that reflect principles within the practice framework. I recommend Psychosocial Occupational Therapy: A Clinical Practice, 2E to educators who will find it well organized and a great teaching tool. Your students will like the case studies and in-class learning activities. I also recommend this book to clinicians who would like a resource covering a great range of diagnoses, interventions, and resources within psychosocial occupational therapy. - (POTAC Newsletter, Winter 2005) Lynne Andonian, MID, OTRL/L is the occupational therapist at Bridge to Wellness, San Francisco and adjunct lecturer at both San Jose State University and Dominican University of California.