Jeanne Ross Eichler, MOT, OTR/L, MT

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Lead Practitioner OT Pediatric Faculty Practice
Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy

Jeanne Eichler


Phone: (314) 977-8577

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Room 2020
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Master of Occupational Therapy
University of Saint Augustine

Bachelor of Music Therapy
Loyola University, New Orleans

I have worked with a wide variety of client populations and enjoy creating innovative programs that address the needs of specific individuals and groups. In addition to my teaching responsibilities in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, I provide OT services at University Counseling Services (UCC) for SLU students who are interested in "taking changes out on the road" and taking an active role in establishing habits, roles, and strategies for the best success in college. I provide programs through the OT Faculty Practice geared toward teen and young adult friendship-building, increasing independence during times of life transition, and use of music as a medium for better anxiety and stress management. I am a certified provider for The Listening Program, inTime, and the HealthRhythms Protocol.

Professional Associations
American Occupational Therapy Association
Missouri Occupational Therapy Association
Certified Provider of The Listening Program
Certified Provider of inTime from Advanced Brain Technologies
Doisy College of Health Sciences New Faculty Achievement Award (May, 2013)
HealthRhythms Protocol- Trained Facilitator
Alpha Eta (Allied Health Honor Society)

Courses Taught
The Study of Occupation
Occupational Health and Wellness
Fundamentals of Occupational Science
Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan
Graduate Research
Independent Study (Assessment Team)
Interprofessional Team Seminar (IPTS)

Research Interests
Asperger Syndrome, Autism, Social Skills and Social Competency across lifespan, Drumming and Health

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