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Min is a recently graduated Occupational Therapist passionate about helping others and eager to further develop her skills and understanding of all things OT. Min has already established a wealth of experience through placements on the Spinal Cord Injury Ward at the Fiona Stanley State Rehabilitation Services, working with school aged children at the Autism Association, and as a mental health support worker.

Min’s qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Health Science (Honors) – Occupational Therapy from Curtin University

Get to know Min:

Why did you choose a career in the Occupational Therapy industry?

I’ve always been a service-orientated individual interested in mental health support, wellbeing and healthcare. Pursuing a career in Occupational Therapy has proven to be so much more than I had imagined. I strongly believe that everyone deserves to live a happy and fulfilled life where they can enjoy the people and activities that are important to them, and Occupational Therapy does just that. It gives me the opportunity to collaborate with others and problem solve ways for people to live independently in a world full of barriers.

What is the best part of your job?

The role of an Occupational Therapist is so broad and varied, which provides countless possibilities as to how we can help our clients. I find it especially rewarding to see people improve both mentally and physically, over their therapy period.

As an OT, I love that there is also so much to learn and so much room to grow, both as a therapist and as an individual.