Karen A. Buckley
Clinical Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy
Phone: (212) 998-5825
Karen Buckley is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy. She holds certification in Neurodevelopmental Treatment of the Adult Hemiplegic and teaches assessment and treatment of clients who exhibit neuromotor impairments. Her clinical experiences have included treating adults and children with neurological disorders in hospital and home care environments. She also has clinical experience in school based and pediatric private practice.
New York University
- Buckley, K.A. & Poole, S. (in press) Activity Analysis. In J. Hinojosa and M. Blount (Eds.), The texture of life: Purposeful activities in occupational therapy. Bethesda, MD: AOTA
- Buckley, K. A. & Kane, L. (2004). Functional mobility. In G. Gillen & A. Burkhardt (Eds.), Occupational therapy management of the CVA patients (2nd ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.
- Buckley, K. A. & Poole, S. E. (2004). Activity Analysis. In J. Hinojosa & M.-L. Blount (Eds.), The texture of life: Purposeful activities in occupational therapy (2nd ed., pp. 69-114). Bethesda, MD: AOTA.
- OT-GE 2000 - New Student Seminar
- OT-GE 2030 - Theoretical Bases for the Scope of Practice
- OT-GE 2035 - Analysis of Human Activity and Occupational Performance I
- OT-GE 2701 - Foundations of Occupational Therapy
- OT-GE 2743 - Evaluation & Intervention: Neurological Perspective
- OT-GE 2746 - Community Practice
- Cultural competence of students entering the professional program
- Identifying the characteristics of funcation for clients who have substained a hand injury
- Development of clinical reasoning in new practitioners
- Program evaluation