About

About OT Potential

This is an exciting time for occupational therapy! OT-related research is increasing exponentially—but it’s difficult to distill this research so it reaches beyond the world of academia, and into our daily practice.

In order to do this, it’s critical we work together as a global community of therapists to bring in different perspectives. We need a new tool to facilitate this conversation.

This is why we launched the OT Potential Club. The club is an occupational therapy continuing education platform centered around important new research.


Purpose Statement

We empower OT practitioners with evidence and resources, so they can help create meaningful and lasting changes in the lives of their clients.

Mission Statement

To help the majority of occupational therapy practitioners from around the globe make a habit of regularly exploring new OT-related research.

Values

At OT Potential, our core values are in stride with what makes occupational therapy a beautiful profession.

We believe getting better at what we do is holistic—and takes consistent, daily progress. We take joy and pride in serving our members, as we know they are busy providing needed occupational therapy services. And, we strive to act in a way that tilts the scales toward a world that is more just and humane.


Our continuing education is approved by:

Our courses meet the requirements for:

We report course completions to CE Broker:

We partner with:

Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association
Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association
Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado
Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado
Arizona Occupational Therapy Association
Arizona Occupational Therapy Association

We give back locally by supporting:


 

OT Potential Clinical Advisory Board

Sarah Lyon, OTR/L
Sarah Lyon, OTR/L

At OT Potential, I’m on a mission to help the majority of occupational therapy practitioners from around the globe make a habit of regularly exploring new OT-related research.
Brandy Archie, OTD, OTR/L, CLIPP, CLVT
Brandy Archie, OTD, OTR/L, CLIPP, CLVT

I’m on a mission to keep seniors living safely at home through education, equipment & home modification!
Bryden Giving, MAOT, OTR/L
Bryden Giving, MAOT, OTR/L

Doctoral student and neurodivergent therapist with clinical interests in neurodiversity-affirming approaches, top-down assessment and treatment strategies, and ethical evidence-based practice.
Catherine R. Hoyt, PhD, OTD, OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist with a PhD focused in Rehabilitation and Participation Science from Washington University in St. Louis.

I invite you to join
more than 1,800 OT professionals
from 45 countries in the OT Potential Club.