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Occupational Therapy Team
Occupational Therapist, Psychotherapist
Jared ‘s fascination with neurofeedback began when he discovered the heightened sense of clarity and sharpened focus it provided during personal sessions. Realizing the effective benefits neurofeedback can also have in reducing symptoms of anxiety, panic, drowsiness, and feelings of overwhelm, Jared began to refine his mental health skills and became certified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as well as Dialectical Behavioural Therapy. Jared’s background as an Occupational Therapist is working with mental health, addictions, and personality disorders. Jared specializes in serving first responders and trauma.
Rose Carey has a variety of experience working with individuals with neurological conditions, chronic pain, musculoskeletal and orthopedic injuries, and mental health conditions. Over the past 5 years, Rose has gained further interest in the neurological population and specialized in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation. She believes in taking a strength based, client-centered approach to empower her clients and give them the tools to optimize their functioning in daily life. Rose’s clinical experience spans a variety of community, hospital and outpatient programs. More recently, she has learned the many benefits of neurofeedback and has integrated such into her clinical practice to better treat her clients. Outside of the clinic, you can often find Rose coaching at her local CrossFit gym, cooking up a storm, or hanging out with her golden retriever Hank.
Occupational Therapy Resident
Alanna’s areas of interest include brain injury rehabilitation and mental health, and is passionate about working with a variety of age groups. Alanna’s experience includes working with adolescents and young adults with anxiety, depression, substance misuse and psychosis, individuals with acquired brain injuries, individuals living with dementia, and individuals who have experienced a variety of physical conditions as a result of injury. Alanna is very passionate about holistic, client-centered care. She believes that effective rehabilitation requires therapists to treat the whole person, including the physical, emotional, and cognitive, as well as address the environmental barriers and facilitators that impact an individual’s ability to engage in their meaningful activities.
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