Lisa Odland

Occupational Therapist


Lisa graduated from UBC's Master of Occupational Therapy program in the fall of 2021. She was drawn to OT because it is a blend of arts and sciences, and she has a love of working with people toward

achieving their functional goals. Lisa started her occupational therapy career working in the public

health system, in Home & Community Care, Acquired Brain Injury, and Health Services for Community

Living. Lisa values building strong relationships with clients and their families to empower and enable

them to engage in the parts of their lives that bring the most fulfillment and enjoyment. Lisa is

interested in many clinical areas, but has special interest in concussion/mTBI, musculoskeletal injury,

persistent pain, mental health, return-to-work, and home accessibility.



Areas of Service:

Canal Flats, Cranbrook, Creston, Elkford, Elko, Fairmont Hot Springs, Fernie, Golden, Invermere, Jaffray, Kimberley, Moyie, Radium Hot Springs, Sparwood, Spillimacheen, Wasa, Yahk

Recent Professional Development:

2022 Administering and scoring the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, MoCA

2022 Concussion Management Workshop: Level 1 & 2

2022 Standard First Aid, CPR Level C & AED

2022 Assessment & Management of Eating, Drinking & Swallowing Disorders

2021 Concussion Awareness Training Tool

2021 San'yas Anti-Racism Indigenous Cultural Safety Training Program

2020 Interprofessional Ethical Decision Making

2020 Motivational Interviewing

2020 Applied Suicide Intervention Training

2020 Wheelchair Seating & Positioning: Assessment & Intervention 

2019 Trauma-Informed Practice