Occupational Therapist: Tricia Iordanis B.Sc., M.Sc.

Ms. Iordanis graduated from The University of Western Ontario with an undergraduate Bachelor of Health Sciences degree in 2004 and a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy in 2006. Ms. Iordanis’s practice focuses on the paediatric population from ages 4 to 18 and she has extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. Ms. Iordanis has presented her research to the World Federation of Occupational Therapists annual conference in Australia in 2006. She has also been certified by the Ontario Education Services Corporation to provide assessment and treatment within provincial education facilities.

Ms. Iordanis’s combined knowledge of the auto insurance industry, private practice, and community-based practice gives her a unique understanding and insight into effects of trauma on the needs of the paediactric population. This lends itself well, to understanding the ongoing developmental needs of the paediactric population within a life care plan.

Occupational Therapist: Amanda Mowbray, B.A., MSc. Cl.Sc.

Ms. Mowbray has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and earned her Masters Degree from the University of Western Ontario in Occupational Therapy. Ms. Mowbray has management experience and has worked as a professional practice leader. Amanda’s practice has focused extensively on community based psychological rehabilitation. More recently, Ms. Mowbray has gained extensive experience in completing various insurer examinations.

The combination of Ms. Mowbray’s knowledge on the impact of psychological disorders on a person’s functional ability with the Auto insurance system provides her with a unique perspective into the treatment and assessment of individuals who have suffered trauma as a result of an accident.