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Misha Marechal

Occupational Therapist

MSc OT, BScPharm

Misha obtained her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree and Master of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Alberta. She started her Occupational Therapy career working within a hospital environment in Calgary, Alberta before joining the Creative Therapy Consultants team. Misha is passionate about working alongside clients, their families and communities to promote health and well-being through engagement in meaningful activities.


Kimberley and Virtual

Areas of Service:

East Kootenay and Boundary areas, including but not limited to: Canal Flats, Cranbrook, Creston, Elkford, Elko, Fairmont Hot Springs, Fernie, Golden, Invermere, Kimberley, Moyie, Radium Hot Springs, Sparwood, Wasa, and virtual services offered

Recent Professional Development:

  • 2024 Livingworks Start Learning the TASC Steps to Recognize Thoughts of Suicide and Engage Safety Resources

  • 2023 Introductory Motivational Interviewing, Change Talk Associates

  • 2023 Hybrid Office Ergonomic Training

  • 2023 Pain Reprocessing Therapy

  • 2023 PTSD: Understanding and Treatment from an OT Perspective

  • 2023 Indigenous Canada, University of Alberta

  • 2023 Mental Health First Aid

  • 2022 Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) Certification

  • 2021 Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

  • 2021 Best Practice for Pain Management for Occupational Therapists

  • 2021 Mental health, cognition and return to work

  • 2020 Return to Work Case Management

  • 2020 Screening the At-Risk Driver

  • 2020 Wheelchair seating for pressure management

  • 2020 Home Modifications: Foundations for Practice Part 1

  • 2020 Anxiety Interventions: Assertiveness Training, Relaxation Skills Training and Exposure Therapy

  • 2019 Advanced First Aid, CPR and AED

  • 2019 Concussion Management – Levels 1 and 2

  • 2019 Motivational Interviewing

  • 2017 Engaging Vulnerable Populations

  • 2017 Occupational Therapy Professional Development Conference – University of Alberta

  • 2017 Trauma-Informed Care

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