Using Your Voice In Paediatric Therapy
Let’s consider how we communicate with our paediatric clients and their parents… We often reflect on verbal content, but what about vocal pitch, tone, speed or volume? Learn how to recognise and effectively incorporate these components of your voice in your therapeutic interactions.
Dr Craig Greber – Occupational Therapist
Craig Greber graduated from The University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Human Movement Studies (Education) in 1988. He returned to complete a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 1993, and a PhD in 2012. Craig has worked in a range of clinical, management and academic roles over the course of his career, including stints in a number of paediatric clinical positions for government and non-government services. He taught Occupational Therapy at Canterbury Christ Church University (UK) and then returned to Australia to lead the Occupational Therapy program at University of the Sunshine Coast. Craig has been Clinical Manager of the Child and Youth Occupational Therapy Clinic at USC and also Professional Lead in Occupational Therapy for the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service.
Craig remains passionate about supporting others to bring together theoretical and practical aspects of occupational therapy.