Kathryn Levit

Assistant Director of Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Cork Street, 510


Faculty Member since 2010

I feel that I have come home to OT with this position in the OT department. After many years teaching continuing education courses for practicing OTs and PTs, I am pleased to be shaping the entry-level skills of OTs at SU. Teaching graduate students and teaching in a hybrid program are new challenges, as is brushing up on my Gross Anatomy and Neuroanatomy skills.


B.G.S in General Studies, University of MichiganB.S. in Occupational Therapy, Wayne State University;M.A. in Applied Developmental Psychology, George Mason University;Ph.D. in Applied Developmental Psychology, George Mason University

Fields of Expertise

Stroke and upper extremity rehabilitation and early intervention are my clinical areas of expertise. My doctoral training is in psychology with a focus on postural development, reaching and visual attention.

Professional Highlights

I will be presenting at the AOTA Stroke Specialty conference in Las Vegas in December 2013. Chapter on NDT for Radomski and Trombly OT for Physical Dysfunction is in press.

Personal Highlights

I have a great husband, two grown children, two dogs, two cats and three horses. I love gardening and enjoying the many features of living in Washington D.C.