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Anik Provencher

Occupational Therapist

BSc OT

Anik (she/her) embraces life in the North with a fervent passion for Occupational Therapy. After graduating from the University of Montréal with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 1992, she embarked on a journey that has seen her offer her expertise in various corners of our beautiful country, including the Yukon, Newfoundland, Quebec, and British Columbia.

Cultivating a deep appreciation for the intimacy and warmth of smaller communities, Anik eventually settled in Prince George in 2009. Her professional focus centers on home and community services, where she can intricately tailor her interventions to the unique needs of each individual, placing their goals and aspirations at the heart of her practice while taking into account the realities of their environment.

Anik's extensive experience spans mental health, home care services, pediatric care and a comprehensive understanding of sensory processing considerations, equipping her with a diverse array of therapeutic strategies. She views life as a continuous journey of learning, with her clients serving as her greatest teachers.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Anik finds solace and inspiration in nature. Whether she's engrossed in a book, nurturing her garden, or expressing herself through painting, she revels in the simple joys of self-sufficiency and healthy living. Anik's love for dance is not just a personal passion but a healing art she eagerly shares with others, adding depth and richness to her holistic approach to life and therapy.

Office:

Prince George

Areas of Service:

Burns Lake, Vanderhoof, Fort-St-James, Prince George, Quesnel, Williams Lake, Mackenzie, McBride, Valemount and the Peace River District, including Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, Atlin, Haida Gwaii.

Recent Professional Development:

  • 2024 Moving Through Pain, Pain BC

  • 2024 Exposure Therapy for Anxiety Disorders

  • 2024 Concussion Management, Concussions Rehab Works Inc.

  • 2024 Pain Foundations, Pain BC

  • 2022 Facilitating Seamless Transitions of Adolescents with Disabilities through Skill Development, CAOT

  • 2022 Occupational Therapy Approaches to Anxiety with Children and Teens, COAT

  • 2022 Addressing Food Selectively and Refusal in Children by Incorporating Behavioural Assessment Tools, CAOT

  • Low Cost and Free Assessments for the Occupational Therapist, CAOT

  • 2022 Do-It-Yourself Switches, CAOT

  • 2022 Universal Design for Learning: An Occupational Therapist’s Role in Schools. CAOT

  • 2021 The Tools for Writing: Handwriting, Keyboarding or Both?, CAOT

  • 2021 Resolving Picky Eating from the Inside Out, CAOT

  • 2021 Using MOHO to Support Children in Education Settings. CAOT

  • 2021 Resilience in Children with Neurodevelopmental Symptoms: Beyond Behaviour, CAOT

  • 2019 Understanding the Role of Instrumental Evaluation and the Management of Dysphagia, Access Community Therapists Ltd.

  • 2019 Introduction to AAC (0.3 CEUs), AAC Institute

  • 2018 Sensory Processing, Trauma and Attachment Informed Care, CAOT

  • 2018 School-aged Children with Anxiety: Recognizing Triggers and Helping the Child Develop a Functional Toolkit, CAOT

  • 2018 Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) Level 1 Training, Pyramid Educational Consultants

  • 2018 10thAnnual Autism Conference, Children’s Autism Services of Edmonton

  • 2018 Keyboarding Without Tears, Learning Without Tears-AOTA Approved

  • 2017 Progressive Neurological Disease and Dysphagia Management Conference, Northern Health

  • 2016 Self-Regulation Skills for School. Provincial Outreach Program for Autism and Related Disorders

  • 2016 Partnering for Change (P4C): An Innovative, Evidence-Based Model for School-Based Occupational Therapy, CAOT

  • 2016  The Next Steps: Introduction to Swallowing Intervention and Therapy, Dysphagia Conference Northern Health

  • 2016 Secure your Practice: Ensure your Clients are Aware of Proper Occupant Restraint and Mobility Aid Securement during Transportation, CAOT

  • 2016 Introduction to the Assessment and Management fo Eating, Drinking and Swallowing Disorders: A Clinical Approach, Access Community Therapists Ltd.

  • 2014 Toilet Training: It’s Never Too Late

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