Elizabeth has been a pediatric occupational therapist in New York City for 10 years. She double-majored in psychology and dance at Adelphi University, where she received her bachelor of arts degree. She later earned her master of science degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University. Elizabeth currently works fulltime as an OT at an elementary school. She is also an adjunct professor at Long Island University, where she has taught undergraduate and graduate-level OT students for the past four years. In addition, she performs home-based therapy and evaluations for the early intervention population. She is currently writing a book about the importance of caregivers’ role of in the therapeutic process. You can follow her blog and Instagram account at @the.ot.movement.
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