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TS-Spring 2017 Newsletter

Ailse is representing the occupational therapy profession well! Check out this news story link:
Vision Rehab-Ailse on WRAL

Therapeutic Solutions Outreach!
Therapeutic Solutions Outreach, Inc is a new nonprofit created to help persons with mental health and low vision diagnoses obtain the resources needed for optimal function. More info. coming soon!

Business Consulting and Coaching Services-Coming Soon!
It's About Social Enterpreneurship!

Tomeico Faison is offering business coaching and consulting services for therapists across the US! Her goal is to help health and human services professionals grow strong businesses that focus on improving the quality of life of underserved populations globally. Contact Tomeico Faison for more information!

Coaching Testimony:

Tomeico's coaching encouraged me to find solutions within myself. Her confidence in my abilities empowered me to dig deeply for strategies that apply to personal and professional goals and see them realized over time. Tomeico listened, confirmed what she'd heard, and then helped framed concerns in terms of solutions I had not yet considered. Tomeico is a coach in the truest sense of the word. She worked with me to create goals, strategies to accomplish those goals, revisited those strategies and helped find new ones within myself, and then celebrated accomplishments with me. 
I continue to use Tomeico's strategies for self coaching on a regular basis. She has significantly influenced the way I view, frame, and work towards personal and professional goals. 
Thank you!
Raheleh G. Tschoepe MS, OTR/L
Assistant Professor & Occupational Therapy Consultant
Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, UNC-Chapel Hill

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