his session will focus on understanding the basics of sexuality and the various ways it translates into human occupations.Read More
For some students virtual learning and, in turn, virtual therapy is the only option available. Zoom fatigue, anyone? ?♀️ This got us thinking…is this really the best way for students to be learning and what are some alternative means for providing client centered therapy. What about using resources that all of us have right at our fingertips: Nature! ??Read More
Carissa returns to the podcast! During her last episode (OCCUPIED 123) she discussed her personal experience with eating disorders and was about to embark on her doctoral project. She has now completed that project and has come back to talk about how it went.Read More
Is being a fieldwork educator a skill?
What are traits that make a good educator?
Importance of communication
Navigating safety and expectations
Educators knowing their roles in fieldwork education
When do you know that you are ready to take students?
How we can prepare to be a fieldwork educator
What makes OT practitioners good (and bad) as entrepreneurs
Navigating the ins and outs of business without a business degree
Importance of understanding finances
Can anybody be an entrepreneur
Session Title “How Did I Get Here? One Occupational Therapist’s Search for Meaning” Session Details (TW // sexual violence) The purpose of this session is to provide my personal perspective as a practitioner, educator, and researcher on the topics identified as the focus of this seminar series. In these roles, I have attempted to understand…Read More
We explored Samantha’s journey through the profession, how she got involved with WFOT, how she made it to the position of President and we explore the upcoming WFOT Congress in Paris.Read More