Alicia F. Lohmann, OTD, OTR, CBIS

Assistant Clinical Professor, Houston Center

Alicia Lohmann

Contact

alohmann@twu.edu

Education

Master of Occupational Therapy, 1991, Texas Woman’s University
Bachelor of Science in Health Education, 1988, Texas A&M University

Professional Certification/Licensure

Occupational Therapist, Exp. 03/31/2014, #104248
NBCOT Registered, EXP. 03/31/2015, #981102
Certified Brain Injury Specialist, 2010, #5967
Neuro-IFRAH, 2009, #1418
NDT Trained, 1997

Employment

10/2012-Present

Assistant Clinical Professor
Texas Woman’s University-Houston

04/2007-Present        

OTR III/Clinical Team Leader for Assisted Living
Memorial Hermann Home Health

10/1999-04/2007

Senior Occupational Therapist III-Brain Injury Program
The Institute for Rehabilitation & Research

10/1997-10/1999        

Rehab Services Manager
The Vosswood Nursing Center

07/1996-10/1997

Director of Occupational Therapy
The Vosswood Nursing Center

10/1994-07/1996     

Contract Occupational Therapist
Premier Health Staff

06/1993-10/1994     

Occupational Therapist-Brain Injury Program
The Institute for Rehabilitation & Research

01/1993-06/1993      

Staff Occupational Therapist-Outpatient Services
The Institute for Rehabilitation & Research

01/1992-01/1993     

Staff Occupational Therapist
Greenery Rehabilitation Hospital- Dallas

Teaching

Courses Taught at TWU

  • OT 5522/5732 OA Young Adult/Middle Age
  • OT 5553 OA Young Adult/Middle Age
  • OT 5722 Assistive Technology

Other Scholarly Teaching, Mentoring and Curricular Achievements

  • SOTA Advisor

Scholarship/Creative Achievements 

Non-Refereed Publications or Other Creative Achievements Presentations at Professional Meetings

Presenter at the 2007 TOTA Conference Woodlands, Texas. “Treat the Patient, Not the Diagnosis.”
Presenter at 2004 Brain Injury Association of Texas Conference “Rehabilitation Beyond FIMs.”- Houston

Honors and Awards

Employee Of The Year Nominee- Memorial Hermann Home Health 2008

Professional Service

Service to the Profession

Member of AOTA 2012-present Member of TOTA  2013

Service to the Community

Developing relations with HARC (Houston Aphasic Recovery Center)
Developing relationship with RSVP (Rehabilitation Services Volunteer Project)

Other

Significant Professional Development Activities

  • Continue to research OTD programs.
  • Searching certification testing dates for ATP (Assistive Technology Professional)
  • Researching certification course for Certified Stroke Specialtist
  • Attending professional community events to strengthen professional community relationships