Dionne Sellick, BSc.OT, Reg.OT(BC), CCLCP
Dionne is an Occupational Therapist, Canadian Certified Life Care Planner, PGAP provider as well as an IMPACT credentialed occupational therapist.
Originally from the UK, Dionne graduated from St. Loyes School of Occupational Therapy with a BSc OT (with honors) in 1994. Since 2002, Dionne has worked in community mental health in Vancouver, BC. In 2015, Dionne joined Turning Point Rehabilitation as a consultant with expertise in mental health, chronic pain, concussion management, disability management, return to work planning and workplace ergonomic assessments.
Within her community-based practice, Dionne performs hospital discharge home safety assessments, cognitive assessments and cognitive rehabilitation. She develops physical, emotional and cognitive reactivation programs with the goal of assisting the individual return to work, which may include ergonomic work site assessment. For those with PTSD, Dionne provides exposure therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy to assist in making behavioural changes at home and work through habituation of mental health resiliency strategies.
As a Canadian Certified Life Care Planner, Dionne develops life care plans also known as cost of future care reports for individuals with chronic health needs including diagnoses of Traumatic Brain Injury, Major Depressive Episode, Somatic Symptom Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, PTSD and Substance Abuse/Dependence Disorders. Dionne has been accepted by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal and the B.C. Supreme Court as an expert witness in the area of occupational therapy, cost of future care and life care planning.