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Occupational therapist Guili Krug, OTR, PhD, CLA, is the founding program director and a professor in the Program in Occupational Therapy at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, TX. She has been an OT for 29 years and has worked across many practice settings with varied populations, but her clinical passion is in adult neurorehabilitation. Guili has been an OT educator for over 20 years. On this episode, I talk about how I met Guili, and she shares about her path into the field of OT and into academia. We reminisce about our days as OT students, and Guili recalls an experience she had on Level II fieldwork that left a big impression on her. We also discuss our thoughts about how occupational therapy students and practitioners can strive for excellence.
Giuli is married to Jeff, a PT, and has three kids, Gabe (20), Sophie (19) and Ellie (16). She completed her B.S. in Occupational Therapy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and her M.A. in Higher Education at the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU). She earned her PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from MU in 2015.
Dr. Krug has extensive clinical experience in occupational therapy including inpatient rehabilitation (neurological and general rehab), outpatient therapy, home health, and acute care including neonatal intensive care. She began teaching part-time at MU in 1997, transitioning to full-time in 2005. In her time at MU, Dr. Krug developed and implemented an adult outpatient pro-bono teaching clinic while engaging in teaching, research, student mentorship and advising. She served as faculty mentor for the Student Occupational Therapy Association and the Director of Graduate and Clinical Education for the department. Dr. Krug was the recipient of several teaching and advising awards during her tenure at MU. Dr. Krug has joined UMHB to develop the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy Program.
10/25/2018 07:25:04 am
I don't have any idea how stressful it could be to become an occupational therapist, but these stresses aren't visible to Dr. Guili Krug's face. She remained youthful and the glow was there despite all the problems she is facing in connection with her work. There are certain reasons I need to mention why she stayed that way. Perhaps, it's because she enjoys her job and it's not issue to her to face different people. Or, she has a strong support system that's why she will never gives up with the petty hindrances she faces on a daily basis.
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