about L&L COnsulting

Laura Kalef and Lydia Beck are Occupational Therapists passionate about improving mental health in the workplace. Occupational therapists (OTs) are regulated health care professionals who work with individuals and organizations to enable engagement in meaningful, purposeful lives. OTs have a functional, holistic lens, enabling occupations by considering the individual (physical and mental health components, roles, responsibilities, etc), the tasks and roles they wish to complete, and the physical and social environment in which they live and work. 

L&L Consulting believes the health and wellness of employees and the work environment are affected by a variety of interacting factors. Workplace productivity and engagement are influenced by the workplace culture, perceived levels of support, the physical work space, and individual physical and mental health.

Please have a look at L&L Consulting's LinkedIn page here.

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LAURA Kalef

Laura is an innovative, warmhearted, and dynamic occupational therapist, passionate about creating systemic change around mental health. Laura obtained a Bachelor of Science degree with Honours in Kinesiology from McGill University and a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto. Laura has conducted research on disability and equity in the workplace, as well as employer’s perspectives on the new Canadian National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. To take care of her own mental health, Laura coaches swimming, practices yoga and enjoys relaxing with a cup of tea. 

Connect with Laura on LinkedIn here.

 

 

LYDIA Beck

Lydia is a highly motivated, enthusiastic occupational therapist, who focuses on working with others so they can live purposeful, meaningful lives. Lydia completed her undergraduate degree at Queen's University, where she obtained a Bachelor's of Arts (Honours) in Psychology and Drama. She completed her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy at the University of Toronto. Lydia has diverse professional and volunteer experiences working with individuals of all ages with physical and mental health challenges. In her spare time, Lydia sings in a choir, practices yoga, volunteers for Camp Oochigeas, and cooks delicious meals. 

Connect with Lydia on LinkedIn here.