Mikaylah Miller

Mikaylah Miller

Occupational Therapist

Mikaylah was drawn to the Occupational Therapy profession due to its holistic, creative and versatile nature. Mikaylah is passionate about enabling her clients to participate in the activities that bring meaning and purpose to daily life. Mikaylah values working with her clients and their support system to navigate barriers to participation in a strengths-based manner.

Mikaylah Miller​ Scaled
Mikaylah Miller

Qualifications, Achievements, and Professional Development:

  • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)
  • Supporting People with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their Families
  • Emotion and Behaviour Management for Children and Teens
  • Handwriting and CO-OP
  • Learn to Play Therapy
  • Building Courage and Resilience in Young People
  • Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) – Introductory Level A
  • Research publication in the Journal of Occupational Therapy Education: Miller, M., & Roberts, M. J. (2020). Teaching and Learning Occupation in Occupational Therapy Education: A Qualitative Evidence Synthesis. Journal of Occupational Therapy Education, 4 (3). https://doi.org/10.26681/jote.2020.040313
  • Research publication in the Australian Occupational Therapy Journal: Roberts, M., Miller, M., & Wilding, C. (2021). Growing occupation‐centred therapists for the future: Understanding student experiences of learning about occupation and its place in occupational therapy practice. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 69(2), 205-213. https://doi.org/10.1111/1440-1630.12784

Mikaylah’s working philosophy is ‘learning through doing’ and ensures to create a positive, collaborative, fun, and supportive therapeutic environment. Mikaylah brings an occupation-based lens to her role, where she considers all aspects of the individual, their environments, and their occupations to improve overall wellbeing and independence.

In her spare time, Mikaylah enjoys speed reading books, cuddling her puppy Stanley, doing ballet and pilates classes, adventuring in nature and spending time with loved ones.

“You do not wake up and become the butterfly. Growth is a process.” —Rupi Kaur

Scroll to Top