Theresa Carroll, Clinical Assistant Professor

Theresa Carroll

Clinical Assistant Professor, Occupational Therapy

Office Phone



1919 W. Taylor St., 341 AHSB

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Office Hours

By appointment. On campus Monday and Wednesday


Dr. Carroll teaches Introduction to OT Practice, Synthesis I, the pediatric module in Functional Movement and Mobility, and other pediatric content throughout the curriculum. She has clinical experience working with children and adolescents with disabilities in school and community settings. Dr. Carroll’s scholarly interests include post-secondary transition and best practices for occupational therapy in school settings. She currently partners with community organizations serving children and young adults with autism.

Selected Publications

“Being responsive to new trends in school based practice”, Journal of Occupational Therapy in Schools and Early Intervention

“Social participation and disability among children from underserved immigrant and non-immigrant households”, Occupational Therapy in Healthcare

“Leadership in School-Based Practice”, OT Practice

“Caring for the Caregiver ”, OT Practice

Leadership in the Profession

AOTA Transition Workgroup, Member


OTD, Occupational Therapy, Washington University in Saint Louis, 2008
BS, Psychology, Loyola University Chicago, 2005