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Sue Iliff

Sue Iliff

PhD Candidate, Texas Women's University

Sue Iliff MA, OTR/L serves as an instructor in the MSOT and OTD programs. Prior to coming to Belmont, her clinical work focused on pediatrics in the school system, early intervention in home settings as well as mental health services for people experiencing homelessness and community work with people with developmental disabilities for over 20 years. She also served as a lecturer and Academic Fieldwork Coordinator for the University of New Mexico OT Graduate Program for six years. Currently, she is in her last semester as a doctoral candidate at Texas Woman's University. Her research interests include pediatrics, higher education learning strategies, mental health in homelessness, global health efforts and exploring the role of occupational therapy in the home school setting.

 

 

 


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