Adrienne completed her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2018 at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Throughout her studies, she had the opportunity to work in various multidisciplinary teams throughout Eastern Canada and develop her clinical skills in the area of neurological rehabilitation.
Prior to completing her graduate studies, Adrienne completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology (2013) from Concordia University, where she completed innovative research on pain management as part of her work in the Athletic Therapy and Pain Laboratory.
Adrienne has four years of experience working as a board-certified neurofeedback trainer with added supervisory responsibilities. This work experience facilitated knowledge gains in the areas of applied neuropsychology and electroencephalography (EEG), which she utilized to enable functional improvements in children and adults with disabilities.
Adrienne is also a certified personal trainer since 2016 and uses her love of athletics and exercise to optimize physical and cognitive performance in her clients. She prioritizes teamwork and leadership and has a passion for using evidence-based research to inform her practice.