Susan Bresky, OTRL, ADHD-RSP, CBIS
Susan Bresky, OTR-L is an Occupational Therapist with more than 25 years of experience. She has devoted over 20 years of her career exclusively to assisting persons with traumatic brain injuries in their recovery and has been with Renee Applebaum Ph.D., P.C. for more than 15 years. Before joining our staff, Ms. Bresky worked for 6 years at an outpatient rehabilitation facility providing cognitive rehabilitation to persons with acquired traumatic brain injuries. She continues with the provision of this highly effective treatment modality at our office. Ms. Bresky’s background as an Occupational Therapist, along with her extensive experience in the field of brain injury, allows her to provide skilled, individualized treatment. The cognitive rehabilitation which she provides enables patients to maximize their independence and successful performance of daily living skills, as well as to resume the roles and level of functioning they had achieved prior to their injuries. She is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist.
Ms. Bresky earned her Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Wayne State University. She is registered with the National Board for Certification Occupational Therapy and is licensed with the State of Michigan. Susan is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association, Michigan Occupational Therapy Association, Brain Injury Association of America, Brain Injury Association of Michigan, and the International Society for Cognitive Rehabilitation.
In addition to her degree in Occupational Therapy, Ms. Bresky holds the certification of ADHD-RSP, which designates her as a Certified Professional Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Rehabilitation Services Provider. Ms. Bresky not only has extensive experience treating ADHD-diagnosed clients through ADHD coaching, but she has also completed intensive training in evidence based treatment strategies to maximize the effectiveness of the treatment she provides. Ms. Bresky is also a member of ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Association) and CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder).