Gertrude Robertson on How to Become An Occupational Therapist

Preparing to Become an Occupational Therapist

In order to prepare a therapist for this complex yet vital role, they must have a solid understanding of the human body, the implications of various disabilities, injuries, and illnesses, and the ability to learn and educate others on available resources. It can feel like a monumental task, says Robertson, who herself undertook the process. But the rewards are immense, and the first step is not as daunting as one might think.

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Gertrude Robertson

Gertrude Robertson

Occupational Therapy from Brooklyn, New York