SUZANNE M. WHITE
M.A. OTR/L, FAOTA
Advocacy, Innovation and Research in Mental Health
Suzanne White has dedicated her entire professional career to serving clients with mental illness and developing new strategies for occupational therapy interventions within this population. She has been a tireless advocate for the rights of individuals with mental illness and for the role of occupational therapy in enhancing independence, productivity and quality of life for these individuals.
Information on the organizations that are using "Let's Get Organized" and other services, like the training and technical support for living skills programs at The Institute of Wellness and Recovery
Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey.
Three ongoing projects provide specific illustrations of Suzanne White’s forward thinking, long-range planning, perseverance and creativity; demonstrating her commitment to evidence-based practice, client advocacy and professional mentorship.
Let’s Get Organized Program/the Assessment of Time Management Skills Manual
OTs Walk with NAMI
Sensory Modulation Interventions on Inpatient Behavioral Health Units.