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Faculty Bio
Gaye Raymond
PT, DPT, MS

I have thoroughly enjoyed being a physical therapist.  I worked in several educational insititutions and a variety of clinical postions.  I enjoy working with people with neurological diagnoses as well as older adults. My career includes positions in acute care settings, SNF, out patient, and home health.  I was a manager for over 14 years.

I have taught basic skills, pediatrics, examination and interventions for people with neurological diagnoses, health professions and society, and communications. I am enjoying the challenges of following the evolution of health care and how clinical educaiton can be optimized in the upcoming changes.
 

Education

BS in Physical Therapy, Sargent College of Allied Health Professions, Boston University, Boston, MA

Post Professional MS in Physical Therapy, Sargent College of Allied Health Professions, Boston University, Boston, MA

Tansitional DPT, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

Teaching Interest

I enjoy providing learning opportunities fo both students and clinicians that provide strategies for optimizing communications. Specific areas of interest include nonviolent communiations, conflict resolutions, and motivational interviewing. 

 

I also teach the APTA's CI Credentialing Course.  Samuel Merritt provides support to our clinicians to take this course.

Courses Taught

I co-ordinate the clinical education program at Samuel Merritt University. I am directly responsible for:

          PT 764: Integrated Clinical Experience III

          PT 765: CLincal Experience II

          PT 766:  Internship

 

 

Invited Presentations

I provide in-service educaton to our clinical partners as requested.  The topics presented have included, optimal strategies for mentoirng; planning a clinical experience; and working with a two to one student model; and optimizing use of the CPI instrument.

Professional and Community Service and Professional Memberships

Member of the APTA

Member of the APTA Clincal  Education Section

Board of Advisor Gurnick Academy's Physical Therapist Assistant Program

Contact Info

Name
Gaye Raymond
PT, DPT, MS
Title
Assistant Professor
Department
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Email

Faculty Profile

Gaye Raymond
Gaye
Raymond
PT, DPT, MS
Assistant Professor
Doctor of Physical Therapy
graymond@samuelmerritt.edu
510-869-8734

I have thoroughly enjoyed being a physical therapist.  I worked in several educational insititutions and a variety of clinical postions.  I enjoy working with people with neurological diagnoses as well as older adults. My career includes positions in acute care settings, SNF, out patient, and home health.  I was a manager for over 14 years.

I have taught basic skills, pediatrics, examination and interventions for people with neurological diagnoses, health professions and society, and communications. I am enjoying the challenges of following the evolution of health care and how clinical educaiton can be optimized in the upcoming changes.
 

BS in Physical Therapy, Sargent College of Allied Health Professions, Boston University, Boston, MA

Post Professional MS in Physical Therapy, Sargent College of Allied Health Professions, Boston University, Boston, MA

Tansitional DPT, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

I enjoy providing learning opportunities fo both students and clinicians that provide strategies for optimizing communications. Specific areas of interest include nonviolent communiations, conflict resolutions, and motivational interviewing. 

 

I also teach the APTA's CI Credentialing Course.  Samuel Merritt provides support to our clinicians to take this course.

I co-ordinate the clinical education program at Samuel Merritt University. I am directly responsible for:

          PT 764: Integrated Clinical Experience III

          PT 765: CLincal Experience II

          PT 766:  Internship

 

 

I provide in-service educaton to our clinical partners as requested.  The topics presented have included, optimal strategies for mentoirng; planning a clinical experience; and working with a two to one student model; and optimizing use of the CPI instrument.

Member of the APTA

Member of the APTA Clincal  Education Section

Board of Advisor Gurnick Academy's Physical Therapist Assistant Program

History

Member for
8 years 3 days