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Lorry Liotta-Kleinfeld

Lorrie Kleinfeld

Professor / Chair, School of Occupational Therapy

EdD (Higher Education), Nova Southeastern University
MS (Biomedical Science and Neuroscience), Kent State University
BS (Occupational Therapy), Florida International University
AS (Occupational Therapy), Palm Beach Junior College

Lorry Liotta-Kleinfeld (EdD, OTR/L, BCP) is a Professor in the School of Occupational Therapy at Belmont University. She has twenty years of teaching experience in higher education and fifteen years of clinical experience as a pediatric occupational therapist. Lorry is Board Certified in Pediatrics through the American Occupational Therapy Association. She co-authored Motor Behavior as part of AOTA's Self-Paced Clinical Course in Neuroscience and Occupation: Links to Practice in 1997 and The Client in the Acute Care Environment as part of AOTA's neurorehabilitation Self-Paced Clinical Course series in 2006. She has been an external consultant for the Vanderbilt Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, grant funded by Health Resources and Services Administration, since 1999. 

Her research interests include the study of treatment techniques that are used to promote function in children with neurological disorders. She has published and lectured at local, state, and national conferences on the use of weighted vests and other neurophysiological treatment approaches and methods.

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