Emma is originally from Nova Scotia and completed her undergraduate degree at St. Francis Xavier University. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics with a minor in Human Nutrition and competed as a varsity athlete on the women’s hockey team.
She completed her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland. Emma is currently in the process of completing the Substantial Equivalency Assessment System, also known as SEAS, a multi-assessment examination process for occupational therapy registration in Canadian.
Emma has clinical experience working with children, adults, and the older adult population. Her most recent experience includes children and youth in the area of fine and gross motor skills, self-regulation, and sensory processing. In addition, Emma has experience working with the older adult population in the community mental health setting, acute physical care in a hospital setting and multiple sclerosis rehabilitation.
Emma is dedicated to continuing her education to expand her occupational therapy knowledge and clinical skills. By adopting a client-centered approach, Emma is passionate about empowering her clients through meaningful occupations.
In her free time, Emma enjoys exploring hiking and running trails near Ottawa with her puppy, Nova. She also enjoys cooking and trying new vegetarian recipes.
CertificationsB.Sc. (HKin), M.H.Sc. (OT)
Bachelor of Science, Human Kinetics/Human NutritionSt. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia (2018)
Master of Science, Occupational TherapyGlasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland (2021)