Occupational Therapist 公開
[search 0]
もっと

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Lifestyle by Design is hosted by Karen Jacobs, an Occupational Therapist and a professor in Occupational Therapy at Boston University. Lifestyle By Design’s motto is “helping you solve everyday challenges.” Each episode will introduce you to extraordinary people who will share with us their stories of how they addressed a challenge in their lives, as well as professionals who will share their expertise on how to handle challenges big and small.
 
Welcome to OT.MOMMAS.LIFE. Hosted by two friends who are licensed and registered occupational therapists and mommas. We share our combined knowledge, experience, and real life situations of being occupational therapists and full time working moms. Our podcast is designed to take you along our journey into becoming occupational therapists, and sharing our combined 22 years of experiences. There will be tools, tips, and research for all levels of listeners. We’re also excited to share tips for ...
 
Mallory Reilly is an occupational therapist and strength coach hybrid here to empower you to create strength and happiness from within. Each week Mallory brings on inspiring people to share their soul work or in other words "share their medicine," to help YOU discover cool people doing cool things to motivate you and empower the possibilities of your soul work too.
 
The NBCOT exam prep podcast that one of your fellow occupational therapists wishes he had when he was studying. If you're looking for NBCOT exam study guides, tricks, tips and content reviews, you've come to the right place. Whether you're days, weeks, months or years away from being a licensed occupational therapist, you'll find something helpful along the way.
 
Lets talk about some of the unique ways yoga has spilled over into how I (and other yogis) live daily life- teaching yoga, living in a Tiny House on Wheels , driving an electric car 🚗, finances, dietary choices, relationships, travel, running a youtube channel, writing a book (slowly...very slowly) and working in healthcare as an Occupational Therapist & Massage Therapist...while making time to practice YOGA
 
Loading …
show series
 
In neuroscience, there is a rapidly growing and evolving understanding of sensory function that is important for all occupational therapists to be tracking—and particularly those who work with autistic clients. In this one hour continuing education course, we’ll dive into a research review, where the authors take three main assumptions that both ne…
 
"Chase the things you love." -Vincent Balestrieri, MA, BCBA, ACE-CPT of Autism Movement Project What do you like to do that makes time stand still? That is Vincent's question for you. Vincent, Brandon Sierchio and Nicci Balestieri created Autism Movement Project and know first hand what it takes to chase a passion and make it a job. In this episode…
 
Whether you trained in the USA, Greece, India, or anywhere else in the world to be an OT, this episode with Ushma Sampat is sure to teach you several valuable lessons on understanding cultural differences, systematic biases, and how to be a better school-based OT! Ushma is a now a private practice owner in the Bay Area of California where she see c…
 
Rob Mermin studied under Mime under Marcel Marceau and in addition to being a Mime is a director, lecturer, author, clown, magician, and raconteur. He has Parkinson's Disease and used his training as a mime to develop The Parkinson’s Pantomime Project (PD Mime). PD Mime explores methods of training in specific motor skills adapted from the techniqu…
 
"Thinking bigger, dreaming bigger and expecting more out of ourselves is what I think is important. That we don't lower our expectations but we increase our preparation and our ability to overcome what we experience" -Jose Duncan Jr. Do you want to be a high performer? Jose specializes in alignment coaching and is here to teach you how to do just t…
 
"I use the kettlebell as medicine for the body and the mind. It all comes full circle for what we talk about on this podcast...DOING SOMETHING THAT LIGHTS YOU UP...connecting the body and mind and teaching other people how to do that is what lights me up." -Mallory What is occupational therapy? Why is kettlebell training so unique? In this episode …
 
In this OT Month special episode, I am teaming up with Sarah Putt from the OT 4 Lyfe Podcast to talk about the importance of supporting our OT associations. We will discus the perks, the costs, and the reasons why we support our local, national, and world OT associations. The OT associations need our support so that they can turn around and effecti…
 
Determining the driving force behind a child’s behavior can be challenging. Occupational therapists are skilled at observational skills and in identifying if a behavior is sensory driven. It's important to know that a child’s behavior is driven by four motivating factors. They can be seeking attention; positive or negative. They can be seeking a ta…
 
Sarah Richardson, M.S., M. Ed. CHHC is the owner of Rise And Shine Running and Co-Owner of ChiLiving, the parent company of ChiRunning and ChiWalking. She is the author of From Sidelines to Start Lines: The Frustrated Runner's Guide to Lacing Up for a Lifetime and a contributing author in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Running for Good. As a Master Chi…
 
Daniel Osborn joins us to share about his new pdocast, “Joy and Conversation” launching April 11. Joy and Conversation is a podcast about Jewish history and culture. It is propelled by curiosity and a passion for teaching and learning. Eclectic but accessible, it is like looking into a kaleidoscope and seeing the vibrant colors, complex shapes, and…
 
"You can be happy, you can be high vibe, you can live in your own heaven...however you want to phrase it... IF you live every day thinking and acting in a way that is true to your own identity." This is the premiere of Share Your Medicine! In this episode Mallory defines Share Your Medicine through 2 life changing lessons that she learned this past…
 
In many ways, the past year has changed how we practice occupational therapy. OTs and OTAs have worked in a variety of settings as we’ve seen new and different needs arise. We have been called to learn new safety protocols, new technologies, and new ways of approaching care. At the same time, OT professionals have burned out at higher rates than ev…
 
In this episode we are highlighting travel opportunities as an occupational therapy practitioner with Devon Breithart, OTR/L. But that's not all! We will start this conversation by discussing what you need to know if you are looking into a travel therapy position as an employee for a 3rd party company. But we are also going to discus with Devon how…
 
(ISSA) International Sports Sciences Association Certified Personal Trainer KIPS Certified Mace Trainer Erin wants people to know that nirs approach is about creating movements for how someone wants to move through the world and their ability to do that, and how that movement impacts their day to day rather than focusing on shape, weight, and appea…
 
Sometimes we simply forget what average is and need a reminder. In episode 67, we are having a discussion about a recent journal article that looks at the typical handwriting abilities among second graders and compares their scores on the Evaluation Tool of Children's Handwriting - Manuscript to the teacher's subjective observations of the children…
 
She is a massage therapist specializing in working with folks with a cancer diagnosis, currently going through cancer treatment, or with a cancer history. She is also trained in lymphatic drainage which she currently uses in her oncology massage sessions as well as working with those with complicated health histories and as pre/post-surgical suppor…
 
Have you ever wondered what to do with your high school students? Did you there is such a thing as a Post Secondary Transition Plan that is required for every high school student on an IEP? If not, this is the episode for you! Today, I am welcoming to the podcast, Dr. Liz Abadiotakis, OTD, OTR/L to share with her experiences working with Post Secon…
 
Did you know we had an 8th sensory system? It's called interoception. It's our sense that tells us how our bodies are feeling inside. It helps us identify all types of emotions; homestatic or affective. Homestatic emotions are thirst, hunger, the need to use the restroom. Affective emotion can be fear, anger, anxiety. For me, my interocepitve aware…
 
In episode 65, we are having a discussion about a recent journal article that looks at school-based occupational therapists' role and capabilities in implementing a mental health tier 1 MTSS intervention. Today's article is titled The Comfortable Cafeteria Program for Promoting Student Participation and Enjoyment: An Outcome Study. This journal com…
 
Interview with Betzy Bancroft, and Kristin Henningsen Teachers at VCIH. VCIH is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing healthcare resources grounded in Nature. Their work brings clinical herbalism to community practice through the weaving of science, spirit and grassroots activism. They provide one of the nation’s most extensive clinical …
 
In this episode, we hear from Lisa Davis regarding her role as a CASA. A CASA is a volunteer advocate who helps ensure a child is in a safe environment through monthly meetings with the child and regular contact with important people in his or her life. The CASA works with a team of people to help secure necessary services for the child’s well-bein…
 
Today, I am welcoming Olivia Martinez-Hauge, MFTA, OTR/L, back to the podcast . Olivia is a school-based OT, a parent of a child with special needs, and a soon to be licensed marriage and family therapist as she furthers her education to support children with special needs. In this episode, Olivia and I are going to provide updates as to how this y…
 
Certified clinical Somatic Practitioner, IAYT certified functional movement Yoga Therapist. Other trainings: trauma informed spaces, RMTi, Brain Gym, Anatomy Trains movement immersion, improvisational movement. Pregnancy, Birth and Postpartum, prenatal yoga certification, Birth and Postpartum doula with Michelle L'Esperence, Healing Touch for Babie…
 
This podcast episode discusses the important topic of how to support those who care for people with dementia. Dementia tends to inform many conversations around caregiving, largely because it is such a pressing public health concern. Yet, this is a conversation that goes beyond a single diagnosis. After all, many of our occupational therapy clients…
 
The proprioceptive system is our sense of body awareness and movement. Think about closing your eyes, holding your arm out to the side, then bringing your finger up to touch the tip of your nose. The proprioceptive system gives you information from your muscles, joints, and tendons to help you sense where your finger is, where your nose is, how the…
 
Holistic Nutritionist, Mindfulness Coach, Food as Medicine Educator, Food Sovereignty Activist, Folk Herbalist, Homesteader, Professional Translator Lisa works one-on-one with clients intensively so that they have the knowledge, practical tools, support, and accountability they need to meet their health goals, find harmony in their lives, and becom…
 
In episode 63 of the OT School House Podcast, Jayson interviews a leader in the sensory integration community. Dr. Susanne Smith Roley, OTR/L, OTD, FOTA joins the podcast to talk about how she came to know and love both occupational therapy and sensory integration. We also talk a bit about the history and future of SI. We even address the difficult…
 
Lisa has been an organic vegetable farmer on her small diversified family farm for over thirty years. She also is a poet who writes or reads poetry daily as well as an herbalist who makes remedies for her family and friends. She follows the moon and sets a monthly intention with each new moon. She teaches kids gardening, cooking, and poetry at the …
 
Karen interviews four occupational therapy students from Alvernia University, Antonia Trupio, Dana Richard, Marlena Metri, and Jenna Norris who are at Alvernia University in the Master of Occupational Therapy '21program. They share their experience in starting their own COTAD Chapter at Alvernia. COTAD, The Coalition of Occupational Therapy Advocat…
 
Gabriella is a pediatric OT in Queens, NY, a BU alum, and an advocate for greater awareness and inclusion of culturally responsive approaches in OT education programs. She shares her experiences working with Spanish speaking populations in school environments and shines a light on the lack of access Spanish speaking populations face. She shares pra…
 
The vestibular system is a complex sensory system that gives us our sense of movement and balance. Development of this system begins in the womb. Neurotypical children develop and mature their vestibular system through all types of movement; including swinging, hanging upside down, and spinning. However, some children have challenges with this sens…
 
Edward Kentish HeartMath uses an amazing biofeedback device called the emWave to give feedback on the practice session. It lets you see change happening. It helps you to shift your nervous system, your emotions, your thought patterns to a more harmonious, revitalizing, and less depleting baseline. Similar to acupuncture, HeartMath restores order in…
 
In this episode, I interview Amy Laurent, Ph.D., OTR/L, from the SCERTS Model and Autism Level up. Amy uniquely holds degrees in OT, special education, and developmental psychology and she is a Co-author of the SCERTS model which is being used world wide as a way to support children with Autism. Listen in to learn about the evidence supporting the …
 
Lizzy is an associate professor at UVM, and she teaches the Fundamentals of Nutrition course as well as direct the dietetics program. In addition to teaching and advising students she conducts research on how/why people make certain health behaviors and the scholarship of teaching in learning. She is currently pivoting her research towards explorin…
 
The struggles of COVID-19 long haulers have caught the attention of the medical community. In many cases, symptoms seem to correlate with a little-known condition called postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS). But, even before the pandemic called attention to POTS, research and advancements in treatment were taking place in the background…
 
Today, Genna and I discuss our approach to treating our clients with autism and sensory processing challenges via Telehealth. We found several key components to the success of our Telehealth treatment sessions. First, we recommend building a rapport with your client and establishing a trusting relationship with their caregiver. Next, preparing for …
 
In episode 61 of the OT School House Podcast, I have a fantastic conversation with Jill Maglio, OTR/L, on how she incorporates her passion for circus in her everyday therapy practice. We will talk not only about how she uses circus in here day to day therapy with kids, but also how she has made a living helping people around the world with circus. …
 
Wendy is a licensed mental health clinician, a veteran practitioner of the shamanic healing arts, host of the Lucid Cafe podcast, and the author of several books. Her unique approach merges ancient and contemporary traditions and is grounded in the idea that we are our own best healers. Wendy incorporates over twenty years of clinical counseling ex…
 
Happy New Year, 2021! We are both happy to ring in the new year with new personal and professional goals. Today, we discuss one professional goal we have set for ourselves. I want to continue to learn about the impact nutrition has on child development as well as how to use nutrition to support a child’s attention, behavior and for promoting develo…
 
Jeremey is a movement specialist with a CrossFit level two certification and has a varied martial arts background. He is the owner of Whistle Kick, a martial arts gear and apparel company, and host of, Whistle Kick Martial Arts Radio, a podcast about traditional martial artists. In this episode, he talks about movement and exercise practices. Here …
 
Rosemary Gladstar has been practicing, living, learning, teaching, and writing about herbs for over 45 years. She has written twelve popular herbal books. She is also the author and director of the popular home study course, The Science and Art of Herbalism. Rosemary is the co-founder and former director of The International Herb Symposium and The …
 
In this episode I am looking back at what I learned from 2020 and sharing what you can expect from the OT School House in 2021. We will also review 5 new years resolutions fit for any School-Based OT and one special announcement. A-Z School-based OT Occupationaltherapy.com Purpose Therapy Box Find the perfect OT gift for yourself or your favorite O…
 
Lauren Mandych is a new naturopathic doctor who recently joined Well Natured, a naturopathic practice in Montpelier, Vermont. Lauren is a new graduate and specializes in chronic health conditions including chronic pain. Here are two links to articles that Lauren thought might be of interest. An article on the importance of narrative medicine in the…
 
Whether we’re students, educators, or clinicians working on the frontlines of care, we all have a stake in the world of occupational therapy (OT) education. The changes in clinical education this year are so large that even those working in academia have struggled to keep up. This 1-hour CE course will ask you to reflect on trends in higher educati…
 
Merry Christmas! Today we thought it would be fun to talk about Christmas traditions. Some of these traditions come from our childhood, while others are new traditions we have started for our families. Also, if you have little ones who still believe in Santa, make sure they are not near while you listen to this episode. Happy Holidays to you and yo…
 
Welcome to Resilience Radio! In this episode I introduce myself and why I am making a podcast. I grew up an herbalist's son, then went from dancer to massage therapist to structural integrator to occupational therapist. Over the 12 years I've worked as a health care practitioner in Central Vermont, I've enjoyed connecting with the diverse network o…
 
Loading …

クイックリファレンスガイド

Google login Twitter login Classic login