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Michelle Goldsand

MScOT
Occupational Therapist

About

Michelle completed her Master of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the University of Toronto, and her Honours Bachelor of Sciences at McMaster University. She is licensed by the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario and is a member of the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists.

Michelle also works as an Occupational Therapist within UHN’s Toronto Rehab Brain Program, providing inpatient rehabilitation services to patients with brain injuries and other neurological conditions. She also has experience working with individuals with brain injury and concussion secondary to motor vehicle collisions in the community.

Michelle is passionate about the importance of considering all aspects of health– including physical, cognitive, and emotional– while working with clients to achieve their goals and maximize their safety, independence, and quality of life. Michelle takes a collaborative approach to understand what each client’s priorities are, and support them in returning to the activities they need and want to do. Michelle is also a lifelong learner, and seeks educational workshops and courses to ensure she is always providing high quality, updated evidence-based care to her clients.

Anxiety
Burnout
Depression
Emotional Regulation
General Stress
Imposter Syndrome
Isolation
Life Skills
Major Life Changes
Perfectionism
Personal Development
Social Anxiety
Self-esteem
self-harm
Setting Boundries
Suicidal Ideation
Work or School Stress
Work-life Balance
Anxiety
Burnout
Depression
Emotional Regulation
General Stress
Imposter Syndrome
Isolation
Life Skills
Major Life Changes
Perfectionism
Personal Development
Social Anxiety
Self-esteem
self-harm
Setting Boundries
Suicidal Ideation
Work or School Stress
Work-life Balance
Anxiety
Burnout
Depression
Emotional Regulation
General Stress
Imposter Syndrome
Isolation
Life Skills
Major Life Changes
Perfectionism
Personal Development
Social Anxiety
Self-esteem
self-harm
Setting Boundries
Suicidal Ideation
Work or School Stress
Work-life Balance

Availability

1314
Monday - Friday, 2PM - 5PM

“Occupational therapy practitioners ask, “What matters to you?” not, “What's the matter with you?”
- AOTA President, Virginia “Ginny” Stoffel, Ph.D., OT, BCMH, FAOTA

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