Magazine Features Etown Faculty and Alumna

Dr. Kerri Hample wrote an article entitled, “Sharing Skills: Strategies for Enhancing Professional Competency” in the July 14, 2014 issue of OT Practice (pp. 16-17).  The article focused continued competency and described various options for engagement in ongoing professional development.

Amanda (Sedlak) Billman, MS ’11 and Dr. Tam Humbert were recently featured in an article, “Have Faith: How Spirituality is a Regular Part of Occupational Therapy Practice.”  The article appears in the August 25, 2014 edition of OT Practice (pp.13-16) and helps define spirituality while describing ways that therapists can incorporate spirituality into daily practice with clients.


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About Debbie Waltermire

As an Assistant Professor in the O.T. Department, I have taught courses in Group Process, OT Administration/Management & Supervision, and Psychosocial Interventions. My clinical background is in adult psychiatry, esp. schizophrenia. My research includes sensory processing in schizophrenia and sensory factors in vocational environments, and the impact of congenital heart defects on occupational performance in children and adolescents/young adults. Family centered care, health care policy, and public health are also within the realm of my professional work.

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