Danelle obtained her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of British Columbia. She collaborates with individuals in the community to reduce the impact disability and injuries have had on their daily lives. Danelle takes a holistic approach to rehabilitation and recovery to provide interventions that support overall health and wellness. She works alongside many different populations, including individuals with both physical and mental health challenges. Danelle enjoys Occupational Therapy because it allows her to combine her background in health sciences, psychology and coaching to focus on meaningful everyday activities.
Areas of Service:
Williams Lake, 100 Mile House, Quesnel and surrounding areas.
Recent Professional Development:
2020 Montreal Cognitive Assessment
2018 Handwriting Without Tears
2018 Dynamic Core for Kids
2018 Best Practice Pain Management for Occupational Therapists
2017 Matheson Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)
2017 An Occupational Approach to Cognitive Rehabilitation
2017 Sensory, Behaviour and Holistic Living
2017 Trauma Informed Practice
2017 Professional Goal Attainment Program (PGAP)
2017 Sensory and Attachment Research Review
2017 Motivational Interviewing Level 1