Liz KleineAssistant Professor MOT, OTR/L
Programs and Courses Taught
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
OT 721L Introduction to Fieldwork Level I; OT724 Conditions of Human Dysfunction; OT 733 Health and Wellness Promotion; OT 729 Theory and Practice in Physical Dysfunction
I have worked as an occupational therapist in acute rehab, acute care, skilled nursing and home health over a twenty year period. My practice focus has been with adults with neurological injury. I love to learn and have engaged in extensive personal development activities with a particular interest in the mind-body connection, alternative health, and how to create more complete wellness.
I graduated from UC Davis with a Bachelor of Science in Zoology in 1993 and from University of Puget Sound with a Master of Occupational Therapy in 1996. I am currently enrolled in a Doctor of Education in the Health Professions program at A.T. Still University with an anticipated graduation date in early 2022.
Integration of clinical reasoning during clinical experiences, practitioner self-care, health and wellness promotion, and application of occupational therapy interventions with adults.
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
Occupational Therapy Association of California (OTAC); American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)