Rebecca Fiscal, MEd, MS, OTR/L
Masters of Education and Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy
Rebecca received her degree in Occupational Therapy from Brenau University in 2017. While completing her OT degree, she worked at About Play Therapy supporting group work, the Hirsch Academy as a volunteer and after-school teacher, and as a tutor for students with special needs. Rebecca completed her OT fieldwork as a school OT in Gwinnett County and at R.G. Rhodes Geriatric Rehab at Wesley Woods. Prior to becoming an occupational therapist, Rebecca earned a Master degree in Education from Mercer University in 2001, and for 12 years taught K-5th in City Schools of Decatur and at the Neighborhood Charter School in Grant Park.
Rebecca has always been intrigued by the complex layers of physical, mental, emotional, and energetic aspects that makes up a person. As a result, she takes a holistic approach when assisting individuals to reach their goals, and to live fully. She has been trained in Vibrational Synergy Levels 1 and 2, and has been trained in and practices a variety of meditation and yoga practices. In addition she has received training in Level 1 of the Haller Method, based on the work of Maxine Haller, OTR/L. Currently, Rebecca works part time at About Play, full time as an OT for the Dekalb County School System, and does OT PRN for geriatric rehab centers.
Rebecca resides in Avondale Estates with her two daughters and two dogs. Her favorite activities are traveling, planning/hosting gatherings and events for friends and family, folk dancing, doing yoga and meditation, and snuggling and laughing with her children and dogs.