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Camille Turner

Camille Turner

Instructor / MSOT Academic Fieldwork Coordinator

MSOT (Occupational Therapy), Belmont University
BA (Psychology), Sewanee: The University of the South

Camille Turner, MSOT, OTR/L is the Academic Fieldwork Coordinator for the MSOT Program.  Prior to August 2013, she had been serving as an Adjunct Fieldwork Coordinator for the School of Occupational Therapy since February of 2007. She graduated with a MSOT degree from Belmont University in 2001, and a BA in Psychology from The University of the South, Sewanee, in 1993.

She has provided occupational therapy services at Park Center, a community-based mental health provider, and Pi Beta Phi Rehabilitation Institute, an outpatient clinic for individuals with acquired brain injury.  Her research interests include fieldwork education and fieldwork-related issues, wounded warriors, and community reintegration for disenfranchised individuals and populations.

Currently, Ms. Turner teaches all fieldwork seminar courses related to their corresponding fieldwork rotations, Professional Issues/Contemporary Issues, and Occupational Analysis.  She co-coordinates a group of College of Health Sciences faculty and staff who endeavor to knit Hats for the Homeless, and outside of work, strives to achieve the balance in life that OTs promote!

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