occupational therapy, OT Interviews, Publications, Uncategorized

Accepted: What It Means to Be an Occupational Therapist

In the spring of 2019 I was interviewed by ACCEPTED which is a company who prides itself on helping others "start you journey to acceptance". Their company allows you to get teamed up with an admissions expert to help you confidently apply to graduate schools such as MBA admissions, Medical school admissions, Law school admissions, and more.… Continue reading Accepted: What It Means to Be an Occupational Therapist

occupational therapy, Uncategorized, Year in Review

2016 Year in Review: Reflecting on the End of My Occupational Role as Student and Recharging for New Role as Fiance and OT Practitioner

  2016 was a whirlwind for me. Rang in the 2016 New Year with my family in Epcot along with everyone else in the world, the park was filled to max capacity! Wrote my first blog post out of frustration, necessity, and determination to advocate for DO and OT after one too many individuals questioned… Continue reading 2016 Year in Review: Reflecting on the End of My Occupational Role as Student and Recharging for New Role as Fiance and OT Practitioner