Introducing OT June Smith as an ERI Faculty member

June Smith OT

June Smith

We would like to introduce June Smith OTR/L, and are thrilled to add her to our distinguished list of Faculty members.
June is a dynamic and engaging instructor, is an Occupational Therapist and licensed Brain Gym®Instructor. She has certifications in Sensory Integration, SIPT and Neurodevelopmental Treatment. She brings a wealth of experience from varied setting including her current position as Supervisor of OT Services at a residential/day program with adults /children with developmental challenges and as a consultant/clinician at South Shore Therapies SI clinic. June has more than thirty-five years of experience in the field of O.T. working with individuals who present with a variety of physical, cognitive and behavioral challenges that impact learning. She is certified to teach both basic and advanced courses entitled “Brain Gym® for children who have Special Needs”. She has taught numerous Brain Gym® courses and is a member of the Educational Kinesiology Foundation. In addition, June also works closely with Developmental Optometrists, and collaboratively established a vision clinic to promote visual efficiency.

June is presenting:
Integrating Movement-based Learning into Treatment: An Evidence Based Approach
Please click on the link for a listing of her dates, venues, course description and a brochure. 

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One Response to Introducing OT June Smith as an ERI Faculty member

  1. Jorge Ochoa says:


    I’m thinking on attending the course:

    Integrating-Movement Based Learning into Treatment:
    an Evidence Based Approach to Enhance Engagement and Function in Children and Teens
    April 25-26, 2014 – Houston, TX

    If possible, I am asking for June Smith to e-mail me as I have some questions regarding her discussion of drum circles. Thank you.

    Jorge Ochoa, OTR
    Occupational Therapist Group Drumming Events

    “Music can enhance quality of life by maximizing performance of meaningful daily activities limited by physical, psychosocial, and/or social factors” – Dan Craig,OTR/L

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