As Occupational Therapists we have the ability to empower all individuals, populations, and
communities throughout lifespan.
Sociocultural norms and lack of standardized education in OT curricula are factors that can influence OTs to hesitate addressing sex and intimacy occupations.
Our mission is to dismantle restrictive norms and enhance occupational therapy practitioners competency and confidence related to sexuality and intimacy.
Priority populations are OT clinicians, professors, and students.
Kathryn is earnestly working towards this mission by offering comprehensive and evidence based education services for occupational therapy professionals which promote understanding, respect, and empowerment for individuals as sexual beings.
We are on a mission and there is more than just bad sex at stake! Join Us!
Kathryn Ellis, MOT, OTR/L