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About this Webinar:
We have all had a participant that we think would benefit tremendously from equine-assisted services, but isn’t quite sure about interactions with a 1,200 lb live animal. Together, Kaiti an occupational therapist and Kelly a mental health practitioner, will discuss what potential triggers might be, how to work through them and how the process of working through change can be very beneficial and impactful for our participants. This webinar is meant to serve as a guide for thought for instructors and therapists, not for specific treatment strategies.
Objectives of this webinar
Identify how to evaluate for difficulty with change and potential resistance.
- Identify factors potentially contributing to resistance.
- Learn how to set goals for resistance to change.
- Explore ways to help those with resistance to change work toward established goals.
Meet Your Presenters
Kaiti Otte, OTD, OTR/L, CTRI
Obtained her doctorate degree from Creighton University and practices as an occupational therapist,
CTRI and Project Coordinator full time at HETRA. She has a background in pediatric clinical therapy,
focusing primarily on sensory dysfunction and behavior modification for functional participation. She
has produced numerous educational webinars and is responsible for mentoring professional students and
hosting HETRA’s exclusive podcast, “Not Just a Pony Ride”.
Kelly Baulisch, LMHP, LPC, LADC
Cassidy Fredrickson joined the HETRA team as a volunteer in 2014. Cassidy started working at HETRA in 2018 when she became a PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor and now also works as an occupational therapist since 2019. In addition to treating participants in our adaptive riding and therapy services programs, Cassidy is also involved with the Life Skills Program, Job Coaching Program through NE VR, and has been a part of HETRA University. Cassidy has a Bachelor’s in Rehabilitative Studies, with a Minor in Psychology and a Masters in Occupational Therapy from the College of Saint Mary.
This webinar was produced by HETRA University
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