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Written by Kyla Salisbury, Published on January 30, 2018

Mindfulness is the latest buzzword in health and wellness. You may have noted its increased appearance in blogs or newspapers, noticed a Mindful magazine at the grocery store checkout, or recalled your general practitioner mentioning it at your last health check-up. Mindfulness and occupational therapy can go hand in hand.

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Topics:appsbody scansClinicalmeditationmindfulnessquality of lifeyoga

Written by Renee Outland, Published on January 23, 2018

You may not have covered them in detail, or at all, in grad school. Occupational therapy and eating disorders aren't commonly considered together, yet there is a need in the field of eating disorder treatment that as OTs, we are practically designed to meet!

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Topics:CareersClinicaleating disordersexperiential modalitiesinpatient treatmentnutritionoutpatient treatmenttreatment

Written by Jasmin Torres, Published on January 9, 2018

Congratulations, my friend, you’ve been accepted to an occupational therapy graduate program! You’ve conquered the first step in a long and rewarding journey of pursuing your dream job. All of the blood, sweat and tears that went into studying for the GREs, typing up personal statements and paying application fees has finally paid off. Whether it took you one application cycle or three, you certainly deserve to celebrate – which brings me to my first unofficial piece of advice for those of you recently accepted students.

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Topics:Grad Schoolmental healthot schoolschoolstresstime managementtips for occupational therapy students


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