Courtney Carmichael

Courtney has been an Occupational Therapist for nine years with the primary focus in geriatrics and psychiatry. She has specialized in managing challenging behaviors in the aging population through positive engagement in exercise, sensory stimulation/ modulation, and task activities. Her fall risk prevention and strategies has resulted in a significant fall decline in her patients. She has focused her energy on determining the most effective cognitive assessments through research and connecting with OTs who work in the mental health community.

Courtney started her career in the academic setting teaching in Biopsychosocial Mental Health lab and has focused her teaching on Ethics for Interprofessional Practice for the last five years.

Courtney enjoys spending her time with her family in the great outdoors from paddle boarding to snowshoeing, enjoying the nature of Maine all year around.


OT practice with adults and children who have psychosocial deficits

Clinical Reasoning

Cognitive Strategies

courtney carmichael

Courtney Carmichael



Adjunct Faculty

Proctor Hall

(207) 221-4100

On Campus