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Julie Russell, Occupational Therapist

Grow, as you are.

September 2023 Update:

Hello! Thanks for stopping by - I am currently full for the fall season. 

Meet Julie Russell
B. Ed. MSc. OT | Registered  Occupational Therapist

Julie is a pediatric Occupational Therapist, teacher, nature lover, and mom to 2 children based in Edmonton, Alberta. She is passionate about engaging children and their families through strengths-based and neuro-affirming care. With a focus on empowerment and growth,  Julie strives to support clients and their families to create belonging and to thrive as unique individuals.

With over a decade of professional experience, Julie provides therapy that fits into busy lives. Her advanced training in pediatric occupational therapy includes feeding and mealtime strategy development, sensory processing, self-regulation, executive functioning, anxiety, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and more.

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"Neurodiversity is a term used to describe natural differences in the way people learn and think […] that are present from birth, rather than those that are acquired following illness or injury. Occupational therapists recognize neurodiversity as a difference in the way that people experience the world and not as a deficit that needs to be labelled or ‘fixed’. […] Our main focus [is] supporting neurodivergent people to live happy and fulfilled lives.” -Royal College of Occupational Therapists, 2022

How can Julie help you?

What is
Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy focuses on supporting physical, sensory, and/or cognitive challenges, with a focus on empowering independence in all areas of life.

Who does Julie work with?

Julie works with children and their families to support the development of a wide range of skills ranging from participation in daily life, education, self-advocacy, play, leisure, sleep, and more.

Specific Skills & Strategies

Julie can help your child and family with a wide range of therapies, including fine motor skills, self-regulation, executive functioning, sensory processing, and more.

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