Angela Labrie Blackwell, PhD, OTR
Doctoral Coordinator, Associate Professor, OT Programs
College of Health Sciences
Doctor of Philosophy in Therapeutic Science, University of Kansas
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, University of Illinois at Chicago
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, University of Kansas
Coaching and Mentoring
Response to Intervention (RtI)
Dr. Blackwell is passionate about occupational therapy. She splits her time between researching innovative practices, teaching graduate occupational therapy students, and providing service in community pediatric settings. Her service focuses on supporting participation in important childhood occupations in authentic environments. More specifically, she understands the challenges of addressing sensory and self-regulation needs in the classroom, which is the major focus of her service and research.
Beyond sensory processing and self-regulation, Dr. Blackwell’s research interests include occupational justice, response to intervention (RtI), resilience, and teacher-therapist collaboration in the classroom. Finally, she loves teaching, coaching, and mentoring occupational therapy students at both the pre-professional and post-professional stage.