Monthly Archives: April 2016


A four year old sits playing with a train. He moves it slowly back and forth. After a while, he looks over to Dad and then looks down at his train. Dad is sitting in a chair, watching his son intently. As Dad watches he says, “What colour is that […]

What about play?


I often hear the following as I speak to people about the work I do: “So, you work with children and families who struggle with emotional and mental health concerns? But aren’t you an Occupational Therapist?” At times, it can be incredibly hard to clearly define Occupational Therapy because of […]

What is Occupational Therapy?