Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy
Stacy Frauwirth has helped with the development of a framework for organizing research knowledge in occupational science. The construction of play in typically developing preschoolers.
Memberships: American Occupational Therapy Association; California Occupational Therapy Association; Society for the Study of Occupation:USA; Association of Pediatric Therapists Award: USC Provost's Fellowship
Dr. Ruth Ramsey
Department Chair, Occupational Therapy
Dr. Ramsey has been an occupational therapist since 1985 and founded the OT program at Dominican University of California in 1996. She teaches research, program development, senior project, and expressive therapy courses in the curriculum. Her research interests include role-emergent, community-based practice in OT, innovative approaches to teaching OT, and the use of expressive therapy in conjunction with OT. Ruth currently serves on the Commission for the American Occupational Therapy Association, is a member of the Psychiatric Occupational Therapy Action Coalition steering committee, and participated in the AOTA Mental Health Partnership Project.