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! 🌲🍂
Get ready, because episode 5 is here: Should Every OT Practitioner Be A Fieldwork Educator? Whether you are a student, practitioner, in a supervisor role, or in the healthcare field in general, this episode is for you! So basically, we are talking to YOU!
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Tomeico is an occupational therapist in North Carolina and entrepreneur extraordinaire. She is the host of the Therapy Entrepreneurs and Leaders of Color podcast, owner of Fasion Consulting (a business coaching and consulting company for therapy entrepreneurs), an author of 3 books on entrepreneurship, and a business owner with over 17 years experience.
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Alondra is an occupational therapist in Bay Area California and currently, she provides services via Hippotherapy, which entails incorporating horses And utilizing the movement of the horse Within the treatment sessions. She has a keen interest in imposter syndrome given her own personal experience of it.
This episode we are diving into the effects we have been experiencing recently due to the COVID-19 pandemic and “safer-at-home” restrictions. We looked at how it has impacted our habits and routines and also what we can do to adjust to these changes to maintain a sense of positivity and mental wellbeing.
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As occupational therapists, we are innately adaptable, but these are especially unpredictable times due to COVID-19. Our occupations, both on a personal and professional level, are being impacted on a global scale.
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We are going to have roundtable discussions about pressing topics related to occupational therapy. On top of that, we will be bringing in guests with expertise in the topic areas to broaden the experience and it’s our goal to facilitate conversations to a wide range of issues. We are by no means experts, but by...