Kristin Domville, OTD, MOT, OTR/L
Doctoral Coordinator, Assistant Professor
College of Health Sciences
Community Mental Health
Higher Education Leadership
Long Term / Rehabilitation Nursing
Spinal Cord Injuries
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Master of Occupational Therapy
Bachelor of Art in Elementary Education
Health and Wellness
Dr. Kristin Domville has been practicing as an occupational therapist for 15 years. She began her clinical career working with pediatric clients in the outpatient and home health setting and then transitioned to working with adults in the acute and subacute rehab settings. The diagnoses she treated in the rehab setting included CVA, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, dementia, orthopedic surgeries, post-polio, cardiac disease, amputation, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and respiratory disorders.
She has also worked as a supervisor in a rehab center and two adult daycare centers in New York. Dr. Domville has been teaching full time since 2011 and continues to work per diem in assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient hand clinics, and home health for adults and pediatrics. She was the Program Director for the occupational therapy assistant program at Keiser University-West Palm Beach for nine years. She received her Master of Occupational Therapy in 2005 and her occupational therapy doctorate at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL in 2019. Her research concentration was in-home and community health highlighting the value of occupational therapy in community practice. She has been a Doctoral Coordinator since 2020.