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OT PROM >

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Maintaining wellness results from a good balance of work, rest, and play so I’m getting a good amount of play before my last fieldwork starts!!!

OT Prom

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That was fast! >

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Only 3 more days to go!!! Happy belated Stress Management Day! To celebrate, we had a couple activities (aroma therapy, crafts, Japanese tea ceremony, breathing workshops and my favorite activity…snacking…on healthy snacks of course) on the main campus yesterday to help students de-stress before finals. If you’re on main campus next semester, make sure to check us out the week before finals! Good luck on finals everyone, and HAPPY OT MONTH!

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First Post >

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To be honest, I didn’t know what OT was until my junior year of college. At that time, I knew I wanted to go into a healthcare profession that helped people, specifically children. I was studying psychology, and I really enjoyed it, but I couldn’t really see myself becoming a psychologist or counselor. I wanted to do something that was more hands-on, more medically based, but still incorporated psychology. My friend, who was in the program, told me to check out the website, and I realized that OT was the profession I’ve been looking for!