focused activity

focused activity

[fō′kəst]
a therapeutic technique of actively leading the patient to adaptive coping skills and away from maladaptive ones.
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A wide range of office furniture - from ergonomic task chairs and desks for focused activity to furniture that encourages and supports collaborative working - can help employees be more productive.
During his speech, Mr Danczuk read a letter out: "It said, 'Dear Ms Holt, you are now approaching the end of the first stage of your intensive job focused activity.
The Rota volunteers will participate in a focused activity programme featuring student-led activities in non-formal centres of education and deliver a series of workshops for the Nepali students.
The firm is wholly owned and managed by its 14 directors with an emphasis on their remaining highly involved with day to day client focused activity.
That might be for a structured, focused activity because they go to scouts or guides, or their unit of belonging might be the group that hangs around off Allard Way, in Stoke Aldermoor.
The interactive courses required directed and focused activity to achieve the intended results and atomized classes could not produce meaningful learning except, perhaps, though a massive increase in resources expended.
Qi Gong, meaning "energy work," is a practice of relaxed and focused activity.
The Government says the change will see greater financial security given to the most severely sick and disabled and more money going to claimants who take part in a work- focused activity.