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Name: Emily Tull, OTR/L, MSOT, EP-C

What do you love about OT?

I absolutely love the holistic approach of occupational therapy (OT). What drew me in was the field's focus on improving the overall quality of life for individuals. I appreciate the diversity within OT, allowing me to work with clients in various settings, particularly in nature and community-based therapy. Helping clients achieve their goals, promoting well-being, and making a positive impact on their everyday lives bring me a tremendous sense of fulfillment.

How did you choose this profession?

I chose occupational therapy due to a deeply personal experience. When my grandmother had a stroke, I witnessed the profound impact of occupational therapy on her cognitive and physical rehabilitation, as well as its support in various domains of everyday life. Learning about how OT could make such a meaningful difference, I knew instantly that I wanted to pursue a career in occupational therapy. The holistic and comprehensive nature of the profession resonated with me, and I felt a calling to contribute to the well-being of individuals through this dynamic field.

Why did you choose to become an OTAC board member?

I chose to become a secretary on the executive board of the Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado (OTAC) because of my commitment to the occupational therapy profession. This role allows me to actively contribute to the growth and development of the occupational therapy community in Colorado. By serving on the board, I play a part in shaping the direction of OTAC, advocating for the profession, and fostering collaboration among occupational therapists in the state.

What's your favorite thing to do in Colorado?

In my spare time, I absolutely love engaging in various outdoor activities here in Colorado. Hiking, skiing, camping, and traveling with my two hound dogs and my partner are among my favorite pastimes. Given my passion for nature-based therapy and community accessibility, I really appreciate the beautiful landscapes and outdoor opportunities that Colorado has to offer.


OTAC is the Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado. It is a non-profit organization that strives to increase the quality of care and level of professionalism to the practice of OT in Colorado.

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