BSc, BSc, MRCOT
Location: Manchester, Liverpool
Ruth Williams is an experienced Occupational Therapist currently working at Options at Kinsale. She has a BSc in Occupational Therapy, a BSc in Anthropology and is a Member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (MRCOT).
Ruth has over 8 years’ experience working with children and adolescents with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC) pre- and post-qualification. She has worked in schools, including day and residential schools, as well as with adults in social care environments.
Ruth cover an excellent range of mental health issues, including stress, trauma, OCD, autism and Asperger’s in adults, and ADHD, anxiety, adoption & fostering, learning difficulties and school problems in children & adolescents. She uses a variety of treatment options including sensory profiling, fine and gross motor skill sessions, relaxation and generating strategies with her patients, their parents/carers and schools.
Ruth is described by her colleagues as a trustworthy, calm, thoughtful and reliable clinician, with a pleasant and gentle nature that makes her a very popular and trusted therapist. Clinical Partners are delighted to present Ruth to our patients in the North West.
- Asperger’s’ Syndrome
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Family Support
- Social Isolation & Loneliness
- Anxiety or Stress
- Family Support & Therapy
- Learning Difficulties
- Adoption & Fostering
- Asperger’s Syndrome
- Fear & Phobias
- Physical Issues
- School Problems
- BSc Occupational Therapy
- BSc Anthropology
- Member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (MRCOT)
- Sensory interventions - creating a sensory profile (sensory profiling), adapting the environment or an activity to consider individual sensory needs, and one to one sessions which aim to improve sensitivity to one or more of the senses.
- Motor skills intervention s- treatments and therapies which use or aim to improve motor functioning e.g. fine motor skills and gross motor skills.
- Selecting and applying appropriate treatment methods and procedures to promote an individual’s development and participation in different play, social, learning and functional daily activities.