Amy Davidson

Amy Davidson

Occupational therapist

Growing up in Canada, Amy encountered a number of health professionals. Many of whom discounted her personal experiences or did not take the time to listen and advocate for her unique and personal needs. Amy felt like she had limited experience with health professionals that supported her through interventions that were important or meaningful to her. Through these experiences, Amy knew she wanted to pursue a career in healthcare whose philosophy was to empower and enable individuals holistically to achieve their full potential. Amy was inspired by Occupational Therapy due to the benefits experienced from engaging in meaningful occupations, such as instilling a sense of identity, purpose & quality of life. By enabling people to participate and engage in the occupations that are important to them, it can enhance one’s overall wellbeing and inclusion to society.

Amy Davidson
Amy Davidson

Amy enjoyed her time at Centre of Movement so much as a student on placement, that she came back to pursue her career. As an Occupational Therapist, she adopts a client-centred approach and values implementing meaningful occupation-based interventions as a means to enable clients to be successful and empower them to develop their confidence. She prides herself on her creativity, gentle and kind nature, as well as her sense of humour to make activities fun and functional.

Amy was a high level athlete for many years, and in her free time enjoys playing sports (especially volleyball and soccer), searching for the best iced coffee, going to the beach, travelling, and spending time with her dogs.

Qualifications, achievements and professional development

  • Master of Occupational Therapy
  • Bachelor of Kinesiology
  • Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) – Introductory Level A

“Be the person you needed when you were younger.” —Ayesha Siddiqi

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