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Photograph of Angela Robertson occupational therapist with Complete Health Wellness Group

Angela Robertson, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist
Ages: Children, Adolescents, & Adults
Licensed: Maryland

Angela Robertson is a licensed and registered occupational therapist (OTR/L) based in Maryland, with a diverse range of experience across several healthcare settings. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, complemented by a minor in Biology, from Frostburg State University. Furthering her educational journey, Angela earned a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Towson University. Angela's extensive education and experiences have fueled her passion for delivering holistic care that fosters both physical and mental well-being.

Therapeutic Approach

As an occupational therapist, Angela focuses on enhancing the health and wellness of her clients through the therapeutic use of occupations, or everyday activities. Angela adopts a holistic approach, considering all aspects of life to provide comprehensive care. Her treatment methodology emphasizes the mind-body connection, addressing both physical and mental facets of her clients' well-being. Her treatments may involve educating clients, teaching key skills, devising strategies, or implementing lifestyle modifications. These interventions aim to foster positive outcomes by integrating these changes into clients' daily habits and routines.

Angela is a seasoned therapist with specialized expertise in child and adolescent development and offers physical and mental health-centered services to a diverse clientele of all ages, ensuring inclusivity and accessibility. Her unwavering commitment to guide her clients towards achieving their full potential ensures a personalized and comprehensive therapeutic approach. With therapeutic use of self, Angela creates a warm and genuine atmosphere where clients feel at ease. She believes in fostering a collaborative, strength-based partnership with her clients, involving family systems when necessary, and empowering individuals by cultivating the skills they need to successfully navigate life's complexities. Angela frequently employs coaching and consultative models to ensure the transferability of skills and attainment of goals. Utilizing a client-centered approach, she provides interventions that support the learning and application of crucial skills and strategies. These interventions address various areas, such as motor skills, cognition, executive functioning, self-regulation, stress management, and sensory exploration.


Everyone deserves the opportunity to engage fully in life, pursuing those activities that bring joy, purpose, and meaning. Occupational therapy plays a pivotal role in facilitating this fulfillment. Change, while often daunting, is a necessary part of growth and progression. Angela provides the essential tools to guide you on your wellness journey, making the process less overwhelming and more manageable. She is committed to helping you embrace change positively, transforming your everyday activities into meaningful experiences. Let her assist you in unlocking your potential, enhancing your quality of life, and achieving your desired goals.

Child Development
Occupational therapy plays a crucial role in child development. It involves the use of assessment and intervention to develop, recover, or maintain functioning in meaningful activities, or occupations. For children, these occupations often include play, learning, and socializing. By addressing physical, cognitive, and social-emotional needs, occupational therapy can help children to reach their full potential and live fulfilling lives. Whether your child is facing developmental delays, has a disability, or simply needs support in certain areas, occupational therapy could be the key to unlocking their abilities

Fine Motor and Visual Motor Skills
Occupational therapy provides a comprehensive approach to improving fine motor and visual motor skills required for participation in daily activities. Fine motor skills are critical for tasks, such as picking up small objects, buttoning clothes, or using utensils, and visual motor skills are essential for everyday tasks, like catching a ball, cutting with scissors, or copying shapes. Through a combination of activities and strategies, occupational therapy helps individuals gain the skills they need to navigate their world with confidence and ease


Prewriting and Handwriting
Handwriting is a fundamental skill that can significantly impact a student's academic success. Several studies have shown a correlation between handwriting and academic achievement. Handwriting is not just about forming letters on a page; it's a complex task that requires a combination of various skills. Occupational therapy offers a multifaceted approach to address handwriting, including the enhancement of fine and visual motor skills that are crucial for neat and efficient handwriting, while also developing techniques and strategies needed to be successful with school assignments


Executive Functioning
Executive functions are cognitive processes that allow people to plan, organize, problem solve, make decisions, pay attention, and manage time effectively. They are essential for academic and career success, as well as for managing day-to-day tasks. Occupational therapist practitioners work with individuals to identify their unique strengths and weaknesses when it comes to executive functioning. They then develop personalized strategies that can help individuals overcome their challenges and enhance their skills. By working on areas like self-regulation, cognitive skills, task management, and routine establishment, occupational therapist practitioners can help individuals become more independent and successful in their daily live


Psychotherapy Collaboration
Occupational therapy and psychotherapy are often used together to create a comprehensive and effective treatment plan for mental health. Occupational therapy focuses on providing practical strategies and activities to help people incorporate therapeutic skills into their everyday life. This supplemental form of therapy often helps bridge the gap between therapist-led sessions and applying those therapeutic skills in real-world situations, ultimately leading to improved health and well-being.

Areas of Expertise

  • Child and Adolescent Development

  • Visual Perception

  • Sensorimotor Skills

  • Executive Functioning

  • Mindfulness

  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

  • Gross Motor Skills

  • Visual Motor Skills

  • Prewriting

  • Stress

  • School Issues

  • Parenting

  • Fine Motor Skills

  • Sensory Processing

  • Handwriting

  • Coping Skills

  • Anxiety

  • Psychotherapy Collaboration

Advanced Trainings & Certifications

  • Youth Mental Health Specialist

  • Anxiety-Informed Professional

  • Clinical Trauma Professional

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Trained

  • Mindfulness Trained

  • Anxiety in the Classroom

  • Alert Program

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