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Molly has practiced as a clinical occupational therapist since 2018. Upon graduation, Molly specialized in assistive technology, servicing individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities in vocational, school-based, higher education and other various settings.
In addition, Molly has clinical practice experience in outpatient, acute care, sub-acute rehab, group home and long-term care settings. She also has conducted sexuality training services for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
She has a special interest in the history and foundations of the occupational therapy profession, mental health treatment and creating community opportunities for underserved populations.
Creating a learning experience which exemplifies the unique and diverse student backgrounds should be the center of the teaching philosophy. This student-centered approach models the client-centered care provided in the profession of occupational therapy.
Learning is required to be dynamic, interactive and focused on active learning. Multi-modal learning techniques should be included which involve classroom learning, hand-on skills training, technology and real-life situational approaches.