Christel Seeberger BSc.O.T., OT(c), OTR, OTReg.(NB), OTReg.(PE), erg.(QC) graduated in 1993 from McGill University with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. Christel was awarded the Carl Charlap Prize upon graduation. She has since practiced in Québec, Maine, Florida and New Brunswick with clients of all ages in all settings: home, school, work, private clinic, hospital, daycare, summer camp, special care home and nursing home.
She is a member of the New Brunswick Association of Occupational Therapists, (NBAOT) the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, the American Associationa of Occupational Therapists and is registered to practice in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Québec and certified to practice in the United States.
Since 2002, Christel has provided mobile, private, occupational therapy with a team of occupational therapists in Saint John, Fredericton and Moncton, New Brunswick to children, adults and seniors.
She is trained in Therapeutic Listening®, a research-based tool for treating people of all ages who have difficulty processing sensory information, listening, attention, and communication as well as in ABC boum! a multi-sensory handwriting method.
Christel received her Clinical Supervisor Certificate, Autism Intervention Program from the University of New Brunswick, College of Extended Learning in 2009.
She is also a CarFit Technician. Christel completed ASIST, applied suicide intervention skills training in 2015.
In 2012, Christel started sharing FREE downloadable Occupational Therapy eBooks with parents, teachers, caregivers and therapists.
Christel was honored with the Evalyn Fleiger award by NBAOT in 2007. She completed her first (OK, her only) marathon in 2002 for Team Diabetes to honor the memory of her mother.
Christel was also a bi-weekly columnist for KV Style Magazine, a publication of Brunswick News for over 4 years writing about children and occupational therapy.
Read Christel’s blog. You can learn more about her #ChristelGivesBack initiatives as well as her #OTMuse musings about occupational therapy.