Charles Christiansen is a name that a large portion of Occupational Therapists from around the world would recognise. From his papers to his textbooks to his positions on AOTA and AOTF boards, Charles’ impact on the profession has been nothing short of paradigm-shifting.
Taylah’s story and her insights are invaluable and I learned so much about the mindset, and the toll that pain can have on a person.
Diving into private practice? Want to be ab entrepreneur? Considering it but terrified? Let Laura ease your mind and inspire you to take the plunge!
Kitty (@truly_radical_) contacted me over Twitter some time ago and emphatically stated that she wanted to talk with me about […]
Leah Forman is a COTA and an OTD student whom I originally discovered from her Instagram. The very first post […]
Alondra Ammon is an Occupational Therapist from California. She graduated with her masters in Occupational Therapy from Samuel Merritt University and […]
Today’s discussion stemmed from a number of observations of late. Seemed like too much of a coincidence that the topic […]
Dr. Ellen Nicholson is the Head of Department at the Aukland University of Technology’s, Department of Occupational Science and Therapy […]
We’ve looked at values and how they may highlight a person’s occupational needs so the next logical progression is to […]
We continue our chat about Sarah’s experiences overseas, what developed country OT’s could learn from these limited resource experiences, professional […]
Sarah Putt is pediatric OT and fellow podcaster! She currently runs her own practice but has practiced in more countries […]
As requested! an expansion of Episode 009 – How Do Values Fit with OT Practice by having a chat about how […]
The 2nd half of our roundtable discussion with Michelle Perryman and Dr Jessie Wilson about the challenges of transitioning from […]
A roundtable discussion with Michelle Perryman and Dr Jessie Wilson about the challenges of transitioning from a clinical OT role […]
The one and only Dr Anita Hamilton has had a MASSIVE influence on my career and volunteered me for a […]
Dr Jessie Wilson is a former colleague of mine who now works at Western University in Canada. Her paediatric and […]
Goals…..we’ve all heard of them and all been advised that we should be using them both personally and clinically….but why […]
Melissa LaPointe is a friend I’ve known for a number of years and I’ve watched her entrepreneurial journey building from […]
So in this episode, I explore some random reflections I’ve had after coming across the concept of “minimalism”. It started […]
This episode I delved into the world of the New Graduate Occupational Therapist!! I had the pleasure of sitting […]
Every now and then a small thing happens during my day triggers some much more extensive thoughts/reflections (ironic right?). Discussing […]
Simone contacted me on Reddit following the release of Occupied episode 001 saying she wrote a blog called the Rocket […]
Operation Occupation was a project that I undertook a few years ago and was a turning point in my career […]