Qualified 1991, worked in psychiatry until 2003 when I joined Sheffield Hallam University. Co-editor of Occupational Therapy Without Borders (2005) and Occupational Therapies without Borders (vol 2) (2010), and A Political Practice of Occupational Therapy (2008). These three books showcase examples of international practice and argue for approaches to occupational therapy and occupation based practices which enhance communities, address inequality and are geared to social transformation. Though, to date, I've not specifically addressed green issues in my work, I see sustainability issues as a core element of the way in which occupation based practice can be used to address social change. I've joined this network to encounter like minded people.
Sheffield Hallam University
Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy
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