Clinical Associate Professor and Fieldwork Capstone Coordinator, Occupational Therapy
Prof. Aimee Sidhu has over 20 years of professional experience as an occupational therapist, with most of her clinical practice in both rural and urban school-based settings in Washington and California. She has worked in OT education, having taught at both the OT and OTA levels, including post-professional education for occupational therapy practitioners, in addition to Academic Fieldwork Coordination. Prof. Sidhu joined the University of Puget Sound initially as part-time Adjunct Instructor in 2018, transitioning to full-time in 2020. Her teaching experience includes a wide array of topics within occupational therapy and she was honored with a National Excellence in Teaching award in 2017.
Puget Sound Perspective
"As evidenced in the university’s mission, the opportunity to continually explore and integrate new knowledge drew me to University of Puget Sound. There is a clear emphasis on reflection as an iterative process for each member of the community – faculty, staff, and students.”
Dr. Sidhu enjoys spending time with family, whether outdoors hiking and exploring, or indoors playing games and reading. She loves cooking all different types of cuisine and traveling throughout the world, including three months recently living in northwest India.
OT is the Liberal Arts
“Occupational therapy, like the liberal arts, aims to seek each person’s fullest human potential within the context of their given occupations. This includes creativity, intentionality, and purpose in life.”
Scholarly interests include reflective practice, knowledge translation and student learning across a wide variety of settings.