149 – Rural Practice as a Newgrad ft Holly Gawthorne
Occupied
by Brock Cook
1M ago
You may have heard her on the Holly the OT podcast and if not then definitely get on that! Holly works in a super remote Australian town called Lightening Ridge. Her experience of the newgrad transition on top of working super remote is unique and one that everyone can take lessons from. https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1993247.rss https://www.instagram.com/p/CedXVaDgXZu/ Look after yourself, look after others, and always keep Occupied Brock @brockcookOT brock.cook@me.com ..read more
Visit website
148 – ALL ABOUT OCCUPATION ft Sakshi Tickoo
Occupied
by Brock Cook
3M ago
Session Title Sexuality as an Occupation Session Details Human sexuality is an ongoing occupation that develops at each stage of an individual’s life. This session will focus on understanding the basics of sexuality and the various ways it translates into human occupations. It will also explore how therapists can practically integrate sexuality within their occupational therapy education, practice, and clinical settings. For more and how to register for future seminars, see: https://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/occupation ..read more
Visit website
147 – Should Therapy be Conducted Outdoors
Occupied
by Brock Cook
3M ago
Our Roundtable Brad:  Brad Williams is an occupational therapist based in Adelaide, Australia and enjoys thinking deeply about why we do things the way we do and shaking things up or trying new things when there might be better ways of doing things.  Brad created Naturally Gathered with the mission of changing children’s lives through connection, belonging and occupations in nature. They do this by delivering engaging, strength-focussed and nature-based therapy services to support children to reach their goals, discover their potential and know what they can contribute to the communi ..read more
Visit website
146 – Eating Disorders Program Followup ft Carissa Gualano
Occupied
by Brock Cook
4M ago
Carissa returns to the podcast! During her last episode (OCCUPIED 123) she discussed her personal experience with eating disorders and was about to embark on her doctoral project. She has now completed that project and has come back to talk about how it went. https://youtu.be/X2pLe_F8Xgk Look after yourself, look after others, and always keep Occupied Brock @brockcookOT brock.cook@me.com If you want even more valuable content join <<Occupied Plus+ on Patreon>> for bonus podcast episodes, resources, mentorship and much much more ..read more
Visit website
145 – ALL ABOUT OCCUPATION – ft John Knight
Occupied
by Brock Cook
4M ago
Session Title Digitally Occupied: Alienation, Autonomy and Resilience Session Details This session will cover the learnings from a number of years research into digital workers’ occupational experience. Findings from a four-week diary study, using online data collection and a variety of elicitation methods will be presented in detail. The data points to a need to extend Wilcock’s framework in order to account for the knowledge component, implicit to this type of work. Lastly, a number of tools and frameworks developed in the course of the overall research project to help build autonomy and res ..read more
Visit website
144 – THE OT ROUNDTABLE – Should Every OT Practitioner Be A Fieldwork Educator?
Occupied
by Brock Cook
6M ago
Our Roundtable Guest:  Nancy is an occupational therapist in Maryland who has worked in a skilled nursing facility for 3 years, the first year as a new grad traveler. Nancy loves helping people as cliche as it may seem, that’s her passion in life. Helping people in all/any capacity, and OT especially allows her to do that everyday. Nancy has a YouTube channel, where she teaches students and clinicians about OT and healthcare in general. She also has a psychology background so she functions from a place of understanding, offering spiritual help and providing counseling to people as they na ..read more
Visit website
143 – An Exploration of Creativity ft Moo Smith
Occupied
by Brock Cook
6M ago
I am a fan of Moo Smith. A YouTube creative who’s style and attitudes towards creativity align quite closely with my own. I’ve observed Moo’s development and growth in her field for a couple years now. I’m wanting to put together some episodes exploring aspects of everyday occupations and the things people get out of it, why they choose to do certain things etc. In this episode Moo and I explore creativity and where the mental and physical benefits of creativity might lay as well as how Moo manages the balance between using creativity for self expression as well as a business. https://www.inst ..read more
Visit website
142 – THE OT ROUNDTABLE – Do Occupational Therapy Practitioners Make Good Entrepreneurs?
Occupied
by Brock Cook
7M ago
Our Roundtable Guest:  Tomeico is an occupational therapist in North Carolina and entrepreneur extraordinaire. She is the host of the Therapy Entrepreneurs and Leaders of Color podcast, owner of Fasion Consulting (a business coaching and consulting company for therapy entrepreneurs), an author of 3 books on entrepreneurship, and a business owner with over 17 years experience.    Talking Points What makes OT practitioners good (and bad) as entrepreneurs Navigating the ins and outs of business without a business degree  Importance of understanding finances  Can any ..read more
Visit website
141 – ALL ABOUT OCCUPATION ft Dr Allison Sullivan
Occupied
by Brock Cook
8M ago
Session Title “How Did I Get Here? One Occupational Therapist’s Search for Meaning” Session Details (TW // sexual violence) The purpose of this session is to provide my personal perspective as a practitioner, educator, and researcher on the topics identified as the focus of this seminar series. In these roles, I have attempted to understand people as occupational beings. This quest has led me to explore and promote people’s engagement in activities, and in learning in particular, and appreciate the high degree of trauma many people have experienced or are experiencing whenever they attempt som ..read more
Visit website
140 – OT and Pain ft Natalie Khan
Occupied
by Brock Cook
8M ago
Natalie has an amazing breadth of experience for such a young clinician. This ep we have a look at that experience and then funnel down into her interest and experience living and working with chronic pain. Check out her work here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CXDaAAFvZ1x/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Also if you’re in the market for some gorgeously designed clinic posters for your workspace then check out <<<TheOccShop>>> Look after yourself, look after others, and always keep Occupied Brock @brockcookOT brock.cook@me.com If you want even more valuable content join <<Occ ..read more
Visit website

Follow Occupied on Feedspot

Continue with Google
OR