Hailey Macleod

Occupational Therapist

MScOT, BA Psych and Indigenous Studies

West Kelowna born-and-raised, Hailey completed her bachelor’s at the University of British Columbia Okanagan (UBCO) with honours distinction in psychology, sociology, and Indigenous studies. After completing her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, she has returned to the Okanagan with a passion for community, outdoors, Indigenous health and communities, and mental health. Since obtaining her master’s degree in 2021, she thrives to provide holistic, client-centered care to her clients with a passion for wellness promotion, mental health, and pain management. A focus on Indigenous populations and cultural sensitivity and restoration for mental health and everyday functioning is an area of focus for research and providing education to communities, clients, and the Creative Team.



Areas of Service:

Kamloops, Salmon Arm, Cache Creek, 100 Mile House, Williams Lake and surrounding areas

Recent Professional Development:

2022 Indigenous Peoples, Food Safety and Security and Climate Change in Canada

2022 Foundations in mental health & well-being

2021 Indigenous Knowledge and Culture are an Important Foundation to Harm Reduction

2021 Cognitive behavioural therapy: Level 1

2021 Advocating for occupational therapy

2020 Views of Cultural Values and Care Concepts during the Pandemic

2020 Creating Engaging Online Learning Environments

2019 Standard First Aid and AED