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OT Well-Being Summit

I am so grateful to be creating this OT Well-Being Summit with fellow OT Rhiannon Crispe from Australia along with fabulous guest speakers.

You can learn more and register HERE for the early bird of 20% off now through April 28. You will have access to this great summit on April 29 with 12 CEUs.

Topics include: 

  • Achieve Your Dreams with Intuitive DevelopmentMeditation, and Guided Imagery with Emmy Vadnais
  • Trauma Informed Practices for Occupational Therapists with Kim Barthel
  • Breath Work in Every Day Activities with Mandy Lubas
  • Mindfulness: Powerful Exercises and Practical Tools For Your Everyday OT Toolbox with Dan Eisner
  • OT Coaching and Motivational Interviewing with Ana Hernando
  • Acupressure and OT: The Power of Touch to Heal with Deanna Waggy
  • Yoga in Occupational Therapy: A Holistic System for Health and Wellness with Theresa Tovey
  • Embracing Reiki and Energy Healing Within Our OT Sessions with Rebecca Austill-Clausen
  • Nutrition and Healthy Eating: A Universal Occupation with Rhiannon Crispe
  • Embracing Diversity, Appreciating Culture, and Validating The Humanity in All of Us with Sheela Ivlev
  • Nature Can Enhance Occupation with Bronwyn Paynter
The OT Well-Being Summit empowers occupational therapists around the globe to have confidence with holistic health and wellness skills for their OT practice. 

The OT Well-Being Summit brings together 11 occupational therapists who share holistic health and wellness strategies and tools that you can use in your OT practice today with the confidence (and evidence) to use them.

The OT Well-Being Summit brings together occupational therapy leaders who have been weaving holistic practices into their work for years. It will available in April for OT month. It will be self-paced with lots of information to give you the confidence to move forward in areas related to holistic health, wellness, and prevention.

Guide Your Clients to Harness the Power of the Mind, Body, and Spirit to Achieve Their Occupational Goals.

We know first-hand the secondguessing that goes on when considering to incorporate holistic and integrative health practices into occupational therapy work.

Is it within OT scope of practice? Yes.

Is there research to back up my holistic practices? Yes.

Is it still considered occupational therapy if I am integrating holistic modalities? Yes.  

Emmy Vadnais, OTR/L has over 20 years experience providing Holistic, Integrative Health, Wellness and Prevention Care in a variety of settings. She is a Holistic Occupational Therapist, Intuitive Healer, Health Coach, teacher, consultant, and writer. She provides holistic and integrative healthcare and intuitive development education to healthcare practitioners and organizations. She is the founder of the Holistic OT Community and is in private practice in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is available for individual sessions, tutoring, classes, and consulting. She can be contacted at [email protected]. Visit her websites at and

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