Clinical Assistant Professor, Graduate Coordinator
Georgia State University
I have a foundational knowledge of psychology and occupational therapy, clinical experience as an occupational therapist, experience teaching students in a master’s program in occupational therapy, and a motivation to serve refugees in the community. My background is in psychology and occupational therapy with over eight years of experience as a licensed and practicing occupational therapist. My clinical work as an occupational therapist included treating adults and older adults with a focus on rehabilitation for general medical conditions, orthopedic conditions, neurological conditions, lymphedema, and breast cancer. As a clinical assistant professor, I have developed and taught many of the foundational occupational therapy courses, clinical occupational therapy courses, and the community-based practice course that features some community programming components including with the refugee population. In my current role as faculty, I aim to continue strengthening community partnerships with local non-profits that serve at-risk and marginalized groups, including those that serve refugees.
Saturday, October 24, 2020
8:30 AM – 9:45 AM EST