The entry-level degree is a master's in occupational therapy. Therapist's must complete supervised internships in a variety of health care settings, and pass a national examination in order to practice the profession. Most states also regulate occupational therapy practice by requiring a license and continuing education.
What does an Occupational Therapist do?
+ Observe patients
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"I'm currently working in acute care and inpatient rehabilitation at rural hospital in Elkhorn, WI. I like working in both settings because I get to see diverse diagnoses and the progression of the rehab process from start to finish. I loved my time at Saint Louis University and miss seeing all my classmates on a daily basis! "