Dr. Tulna Bhardwaj - Athena Behavioral Health

Dr. Tulna Bhardwaj

Occupational Therapist

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Dr. Tulna Bhardwaj is an Occupational Therapist at Athena Behavioral Health with over 8 years of experience. She is passionate about helping people become self-reliant and comes up with innovative ways to assist her patients.

One of the ways that Dr. Bhardwaj helps her patients is by creating individualized treatment plans. She takes the time to get to know each of her patients and their unique needs. She then develops a plan that will help them reach their full potential.

Dr. Bhardwaj also uses a variety of therapeutic approaches in her work. She may use cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness training, or play therapy, depending on the needs of the patient. She is also trained in sensory integration therapy, which can be helpful for patients with autism spectrum disorder or other developmental disabilities.

In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Bhardwaj is also involved in research and education. She has published articles in peer-reviewed journals and presented at conferences on topics related to occupational therapy. She is also a guest lecturer at local universities.

Dr. Bhardwaj is a dedicated and compassionate therapist who is committed to helping her patients reach their full potential. She is an asset to the Athena Behavioral Health team and to the field of occupational therapy as a whole.

Here are some specific examples of how Dr. Bhardwaj has helped her patients:

She worked with a patient who had difficulty with fine motor skills. She developed a therapy plan that included activities such as cutting with scissors, threading beads, and playing with puzzles. The patient’s fine motor skills improved significantly, and he was able to participate in activities that he had previously been unable to do.

She worked with a patient who had autism spectrum disorder. She used sensory integration therapy to help the patient reduce his sensitivity to noise and touch. The patient’s meltdowns decreased in frequency and severity, and he was able to better interact with his peers.