Marissa Marchioni OTD, OTR/L, CEAS
Assistant Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy
Marissa Marchioni received her Doctorate of Occupational Therapy degree in 2017 from the University of Southern California. Her clinical residency was completed at the USC Occupational Therapy Faculty Practice where she provided Lifestyle Redesign® services and explored Lifestyle Redesign applications for workplace wellness. As a clinical faculty member, she provides Lifestyle Redesign services across several programs including diabetes management, weight management, mental health and ergonomics.
Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
2017 | University of Southern California
Master of Arts (MA)
in Occupational Therapy
2016 | University of Southern California
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
in Theatre Performance
2006 | Baylor University
Collins, C. R., & Marchioni, M. (2023). Anxiety. In S. Dahl-Popolizio, K. Smith, M. Day, S. Muir, & W. Manard (Eds.), Primary care occupational therapy: A quick reference guide (pp. 113-128). Springer Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-20882-9_11 Show abstract
This chapter will address anxiety and related issues that the occupational therapy practitioner can address in primary care. The chapter will outline the basic role of the primary care physician, as well as the evaluation techniques and intervention strategies employed by the occupational therapy practitioner.
Parekh, P., & Marchioni, M. (2020, November). Chronic conditions management at the workplace. SIS Quarterly Practice Connections, 5(4), 30–33. Full text
Marchioni, M., Parekh, P., & Brown, B. (2020, May). Occupational therapy and workplace stress. SIS Quarterly Practice Connections, 5(2), 30–33. Full text
Zane Hill, in
Los Angeles Business Journal | September 18, 2023
Assistant Clinical Professor Marissa Marchioni on the effects of exercise routines, including boxing-based workouts, for increasing daily mental health.