Ashleigh Graveline received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Science from Syracuse University and her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Utica College.
Ashleigh had served as an adjunct and part-time faculty member in the Occupational Therapy department at Clarkson for the past 2 years. Starting in August 2018, she accepted a full-time clinical faculty position.
Ashleigh has extensive clinical experience working in the mental health setting, both with children and with adults. She has had numerous years of training and experience working with the psychoeducational model and Dialectical behavior therapy, completing an intensive training program in the use of Dialectical behavior therapy with adolescent teens. Past research in the mental health setting focused on the use of comfort rooms to reduce restraint and seclusion.
Ashleigh continues her clinical work at Claxton Hepburn Medical Center. Her more recent clinical practice has focused on acute care rehabilitation, outpatient and the use of functional capacity testing through BTE to complete return-to-work and pre/post offer employment testing.
Comfort room use to reduce restraint and seclusion, inpatient setting
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Pre-offer/Post-offer employment testing, BTE (Baltimore Therapy Equipment)
Published Article, ADVANCE (Vol.26 No.17)