“Amee offered a tuned in and caring approach that helped me set realistic goals to gradually get my life back on track after it was turned upside down following a Motor Vehicle Accident. She gave guidance as to how to manage concussion symptoms and helped with establishing a health care team, planning treatment, personal support and the timing of introducing various modalities to optimize my recovery.
She was a ray of sunshine in a challenging time and her positive approach helped me stay optimistic and supported during every phase of the recovery process.”
“Amee Le provided occupational therapy support to me over a period of a few months after I was injured in a traffic accident. Her techniques were primarily through the use of monitored bio-feedback as well as in-depth counselling using the results of these tests. I was also given equipment to self-monitor after the therapy sessions were over.
At all times, I was truly impressed with her commitment to me as a patient and her high level of diagnostic acumen. Her help went a long way in relieving many facets of the post-accident stress disorder that I suffered in the months and years that followed.
I highly recommend Amee to anyone requiring therapy in similar situations of high stress.”
“It was a privilege to work in partnership with Amee. We implemented an art therapy program for adults with acquired brain injuries. Her intuition and creativity mixed with her resourcefulness in creating this unique program were evident. She has an amazing ability to structure and organize programs based on need, enabling her to connect brilliantly with each participant. Her approach is calming. She creates a wonderful environment of growth and learning. Amee utilizes a unique blend of artistic mediums to help individuals connect with themselves. She is ambitious and adapts well. Her creativity is wonderfully unique.”
Kat Powell, Programs and Services Coordinator
“Amee is a talented clinician who brings a knowledge of mindfulness to her work. She understands the needs of people living with the challenges of ABI”
Carolyn Lemsky, Neuropsychologist