April Phillips, Carroll University

April Phillips

Clinical Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy Clinical Education Coordinator: Occupational Therapy Program 262.951.3130 aphillip@carrollu.edu Center for Graduate Studies 109C

TEACHES IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM(S)

Occupational Therapy

Education

  • Mount Mary College, Master of Science: Occupational Therapy, 2006
  • Mount Mary College, Bachelor of Arts: Behavioral Science and Psychology, 2012
  • Mount Mary College, Bachelor of Science: Occupational Therapy, 2005

Areas of Specialization

Pediatrics, NICU, Feeding, Sensory Processing, Manual Therapy/Handling

Service to Carroll University and Profession

NANT, WOTA, AOTA member

Why do you do what you do?

My “why” changes with each phase of my career. I find things that I am passionate about and pursue them. I work to bring the things that spark passion in me to light in others across areas of practice and disciplines. Being a resource for the vulnerable whether that be the tiniest baby, new mother, challenged child, transitional student or intrigued collogue is where my “why” finds fuel. 

What should students know about you?

I have an open door policy regardless of the topic. I am here to support each of our students not only in academics and fieldwork but also in the process of professional transformation that happens in between. 

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