eOTo (each one teach one) Workshop
Occupational Therapy and Forensics: Recovery in a Custodial Setting
NSSOT is hosting an online education session and discussion about occupational therapy and forensics.
This workshop is offered at no cost to NSSOT members, $25 for non-members.
It is anticipated that the workshop will be approximately 1 hour.
This workshop will be facilitated by NSSOT Member Candy Miller.
Candy completed a BSc with a major in psychology in 1997. Prior to starting her education in OT, she worked for a brief period as a literacy tutor in a provincial correctional facility in Newfoundland where she gained interest in working with marginalized people in the justice system. She graduated from OT in 2002 and have been working as an Occupational Therapist for the past 18 years. Candy has worked in a variety of settings including physical and mental health and specifically in Forensics for 13 years. She worked as a Case Coordinator in Forensics for the majority of those 13 years and in a traditional OT position for the last year of her Forensic career. Currently on leave from East Coast Forensic Hospital to fill a 1 year assignment as an OT in Community Mental Health.
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