The University of Puget Sound School of Occupational Therapy remains committed to bringing the students current best practice by employing local occupational therapy practitioners with specific content expertise as adjunct faculty members. Each adjunct is a crucial member of the faculty by bringing current clinical expertise into selected classes relevant to their content expertise. In addition, adjunct faculty serve as clinical instructors in our community-based and on-site clinics, thus providing students with a critical link to support their transition from classroom to internships and then into entry-level practice.
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Jackie graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA with a B.S. degree in 2000, and her post-professional doctorate degree in occupational therapy in 2019. She has worked primarily in outpatient pediatric clinics throughout her career and has advanced training in sensory integration (certificate #1602), certified autism specialist (certification #ACAS172631), DIRFloortime® Provider: Certificate of Proficiency, Reiki Master, and craniosacral therapy techniques. Jackie enjoys working with clients who have sensory processing disorders, autism, and is passionate about educating parents regarding their child’s specific needs. Jackie is also the author of a children’s book released in 2019 titled Meet the Overs and the Unders: An Activity Book to Help Children Understand Their Sensory Needs.