CTC

Kristi Moyls

MOT, BSC

Kristi obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria and her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of British Columbia. Since obtaining her Master’s degree in 2016, Kristi has worked with a wide spectrum of clients living with and recovering from various conditions. Kristi is particularly interested in the importance of mental health promotion with people living with persistent pain. Kristi takes a client-centered, collaborative approach to assisting and inspiring clients to live their authentic, best lives.

Office:

Kamloops

Areas of Service:

Kamloops and surrounding areas

Recent Professional Development:

  • 2021 Behaviour Activation: Quick and Effective Ways to Engage Clients with Depression 

  • 2021 Innovative Pacing and Planning Techniques Following Concussion TBI

  • 2021 Chronic Pain Reconsidered: The Role of Neural Circuits in the Brain

  • 2021 Resolving Picky Eating from the Inside Out

  • 2020 Integrative Psychotherapy: How Leveraging New Research on Lifestyle Modification and Therapeutic Approaches Can Support Mental Health and Cognitive Rehabilitation

  • 2020 APTEI Persistent Pain Certification Program

  • 2020 Standard First Aid, CPR and AED

  • 2020 Return to Work Case Management

  • 2020 OT and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • 2020 Sensory Processing and Sensory Based Interventions for Children

  • 2020 Assertiveness Training, Relaxation Skills Training and Exposure Therapy

  • 2020 Pain BC Gentle Movement and Relaxation Program

  • 2019 Motivational Interviewing

  • 2019 Matheson Ergonomic Evaluation

  • 2019 Concussion Management – Level 1

  • 2018 Cognitive Behavioural Training – Level 1

  • 2017 Core Addictions Practice

  • 2016  Trauma Informed Practice

  • 2016  PIECES Training