New American OT Association Class on Complementary and Integrative Health
I am so grateful to have just completed creating the new course for the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), “OT with Complementary Health Approaches and Integrative Health.” If you are an occupational therapist interested in Integrative Medicine you will enjoy this course!
It took me six months, in between teaching and client sessions, to create this webinar that will be available on their website as a downloadable class for the next five years. I had a wonderful experience working closely with their education director. I hope you enjoy it!
Go Here to take the class.
OT with Complementary Health Approaches and Integrative Health
Presenter: Emmy Vadnais, OTR/L, BCTMB, ARCB
Earn .15 AOTA CEU (1.88 NBCOT PDU/1.5 contact hour)
Complementary and Integrative Health approaches may be used in occupational therapy practice to enhance health, wellness, and prevention, and improve occupational performance. This course will give you an introduction to this area of growth in health care and approaches that can enhance your OT practice. Learn about Complementary and Integrative Health approaches such as yoga, meditation, and aromatherapy that can be used for self-care and in your OT practice.
Following this course, learners will be able to:
- Define Complementary and Integrative Health, and how it may enhance occupational therapy practice.
- Describe the benefits of 5 Complementary and Integrative Health approaches.
- Describe 3 ways to document OT interventions that include Complementary and Integrative Health.