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Occupational Therapists

Miranda Mo is a duly qualified Occupational Therapist in practice within the province of Ontario since 1991.

She is registered and in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario.

She is a qualified ADP authorizer, a certified ARCON FAE evaluator, a certified PGAP clinician, a certified Brain Fx administrator, and also a Certified Canadian Life Care Planner registered with the International Commission on health care certification (ICHCC). She has also completed the certification course in utilizing the AMA guides (4th edition) to the evaluation of permanent impairment for Catastrophic Determination, as well as a post-graduate course in Life Care Planning from the University of Florida. She is also certified in providing Brief Solution-Focused Therapy.

She has over twenty years of experience in delivering occupational therapy services in both hospital settings and community practice. However, since 1993, her practice has focused on providing all levels of occupational therapy assessment and treatment for clients with serious, complex and catastrophic injuries, including acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, mental health trauma, and severe orthopedic injuries across different age groups including adolescents and older adults.

Her passion is to help restore functions for clients who are limited in the performance of their Activities of Daily Living as a result of musculoskeletal, neurological, cognitive or psychosocial impairments.

She has native or bilingual proficiency in English and Cantonese and limited working proficiency in Mandarin.

Miranda has also successfully completed the required training for the ImPACT Trained Occupational Therapist Program, and is certified as an ITOT for Concussion Management.

Angel Chan is an occupational therapist, registered in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario and a member of the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists. She is qualified and registered to practice in the province of Ontario.

She graduated from Ryerson University with a Honours Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, and proceeded to continue her studies at The University of Toronto where she completed her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy.

She has clinical experience in the assessment and treatment of individuals with physical, psychosocial and cognitive impairments, including traumatic/acquired brain injuries, neurological conditions, adult burns, musculoskeletal injuries, and mental health disorders. Using a strengths-based approach, she has worked with individuals from across the lifespan to enable holistic recovery, promote functional independence and community reintegration.

She provides services in fluent English and Cantonese, and conversational Mandarin. Her assessment experiences include attendant care needs, hospital discharge planning, home safety and accessibility, cognitive functions, job demands analysis, and work site assessments. She has expertise with developing and implementing occupational therapy intervention programs to address individual client needs, such as the provision of assistive devices, patient education, community resources, case management services and more.

She regularly attends courses, seminars and conferences to update her skills and expertise in assessment, rehabilitation and therapeutic intervention. She is certified in the 3rd Edition of the Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP) for pain management.

Jacob C.K. Leung is a Registered Occupational Therapist in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario and a member of the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists. He has obtained a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Biomedical Engineering from Ryerson University, a Master of Applied Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Lassonde School of Engineering at York University, and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from University of Toronto. Jacob is experienced in assessing and treating clients of all ages following traumatic hand injuries, brain injuries, mental health disorders, various medical conditions and complex musculoskeletal impairments in hospital as well as in community settings. He has strong interests in home modifications, orthotic fabrications, design and technology, assistive technology, new interventions and evidence-based practices. He is also passionate about helping his clients meet their rehabilitation goals and bringing encouragement and motivation to their recovery process. He has superior written and verbal communication skills.

He provides services to clients in GTA areas in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. His current practice includes occupational therapy in home assessment (including assessment of attendant care needs, home safety assessments, home accessibility assessments, and comprehensive physical, cognitive and psychosocial assessments), discharge planning assessments and occupational therapy treatment for clients with brain injuries and other neurological conditions, psychological conditions, chronic pain and orthopedic injuries.

Winnie Tsui is a certified Occupational Therapist and a graduate of the Rehabilitation Medicine program in Occupational Therapy from the University of Alberta.  She is a member in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists and the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists. Her professional experience includes providing Occupational Therapy services in both community and facility-based settings to individuals with musculoskeletal, neurological, psychological and cognitive impairments.  She is fluent in English and conversational Cantonese. Winnie is also experienced in conducting Functional Work Capacity Assessments and Job Site Analysis.

Thanh Dinh (he/him/they/them) is an occupational therapist, registered in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario. Thanh graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2012 with a Honours Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Philosophy, and obtained a Master of Science (MSc) Degree in Occupational Therapy at the University of Western Ontario in 2014.

Thanh has extensive experience working as an occupational therapist in Ontario in varied inpatient and community settings, and worked internationally as an occupational therapist in New York, servicing clients in the racialized communities in Harlem and Bronx. Thanh’s desire for an inclusive globalized world compelled him to take coursework on International Public Health in Oslo, Norway, in order to deepen his understanding of the determinants of health and health inequities. Thanh’s vision further led him to volunteer with a non-profit organization to provide consultative occupational therapy services to children in underserved communities around the world. Thanh has led teams of therapy providers to Peru and Jamaica.

Thanh values diversity, equity, advocacy, and gender-affirming care. His vision is for everyone to be able to access quality, equitable care regardless of abilities, socioeconomic status, gender, race, language, and orientations.

Thanh has experience in providing standardized and holistic occupational therapy assessment services, including Attendant Care Needs, Home Safety / Home Accessibility, Comprehensive Functional Assessment, Cognitive Assessment, Hospital Discharge Planning, Mobility / Assistive Devices, and Ergonomics. Thanh has provided treatment for clients with a broad spectrum of diseases and disorders, including Concussion, Neurological/ Musculoskeletal disorders, and Psycho-emotional challenges. His treatment methods are grounded in evidence-based, client-centerd care, with a nonjudgmental, self-empowerment lens. Thanh provides services to clients in the Greater Toronto Area in English and Vietnamese.

Michelle Zhao is an occupational therapist, registered in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario, and a member of the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists. She is duly qualified and registered to practice in the province of Ontario.

She graduated from Northeastern University with an Honours Bachelors Degree in Behavioural Neuroscience, and proceeded to continue her studies at The University of Toronto where she completed her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy.

She has clinical experience in both acute hospital and community settings completing assessments including attendant care needs, job demands analysis, work site, ergonomic, home safety and accessibility, and cognitive function. She has expertise in developing and implementing comprehensive occupational therapy treatment plans to improve clients’ quality of life based on their physical, psychosocial, and cognitive needs. She provides services in fluent English and Mandarin, and conversational Cantonese. She regularly attends courses and seminars to enhance her repertoire of assessment skills and therapeutic interventions.

Social Work

Keith Adamson is a social work consultant at Miranda Mo & Associates. In addition, he has joined the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at University of Toronto as an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream in August 2017. He holds more than 20 years of progressive senior management experience in clinical, management and professional practice leadership roles, as well as expertise in Clinical Governance at Mackenzie Health, Women’s College Hospital, St. Joseph’s Health Centre in Toronto, and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. His management roles have expanded from providing a professional practice lens for the Social Work profession to being responsible for the professional practice of other health disciplines, as well.

Keith’s professional appointments extend to being the past Chair of the Toronto Health Sciences Academic Network on Inter-professional Collaborative practice, a past Vice-President at the Parkdale Community Health Centre (Toronto), Co-Chair of the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network’s Health Professionals Advisory Committee, and the President of the Ontario Association of Social Workers (2014-2018). As President of the OASW,  he actively led the development of a provincial strategy that focused on: increasing evidence-based research about the contributions of social work to the broader health system; enhancing the public’s understanding of the value of social work through a marketing campaign; augmenting professional development initiatives for social workers, especially in emerging areas of clinical practice, and advocating for the inclusion of social work in the regulation of psychotherapy. Keith currently sits on the executive committee of the Board of the OASW, in the role of Past-President.

Dr. Adamson pursues research that seeks to explore innovative pedagogical approaches to interprofessional education and practice, research that explores new roles for social work within a changing healthcare system, as well as research that explores how compassionate care and empathy can be enhanced in social work education through collaboration with service users,  clients and their families.

Registered Dietician

Christina He has joined Miranda Mo & Associates as a Dietician Consultant in September 2020. She is a registered dietician who has graduated with a Master degree in Public Health in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Toronto. She also holds a Bachelor degree from Ryerson University, Bachelor of Applied Science in Nutrition and Food, and graduated with distinction. She has experience in providing client-centred nutrition care in various settings including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and also in the community. She is well-versed in both South Asian and Chinese culture; skilled in providing culturally competent and appropriate nutrition care in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin. In addition, she has extensive experience in geriatric nutrition developed from 5 years of working as a Registered Practical Nurse and Food Service Supervisor at long-term care homes. Christina is registered with the College of Dieticians of Ontario and is an active member at Dieticians of Canada. She has undertaken courses in Critical Care Nutrition Therapy and in Swallow Screen and Assessments.


Sally Hsu is a Registered Psychotherapist. She was trained and practiced as a medical doctor in China and returned to Toronto for her passion in counselling psychology. She obtained my M.Ed. in Counselling Psychology from University of Toronto in 2009. She is a registered psychotherapist in Ontario, a member of College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) as well as a member in Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists (OACCPP). She has been working at Toronto Western Hospital as a mental health clinician for thirteen years in both English and Mandarin. She has also worked in various settings for MVA, EHC, GP- and self-referred clients from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds and religious beliefs.

She utilizes trauma-informed CBT, MCBT, DBT, ACT, strength-based therapy, psychodynamic, narrative, and attachments as treatment modalities.

Mary Thomson MSW, RSW, RP is a Registered Social Worker Psychotherapist consultant at Miranda Mo & Associates. She is a member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) and the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO). She worked for 35 years in the inpatient and outpatient Mental Health Services of two Toronto Hospitals – Centenary Hospital, Scarborough Health Network and Michael Garron Hospital, Toronto East Health Network. Ms. Thomson was a Social Work Field Instructor for MSW students at Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Toronto for many years as well as an Adjunct Practice Professor of Social Work for the University of Toronto. She also acted as the University of Toronto Social Work Field Practice Coordinator for Michael Garron Hospital for a number of years and then went on to supervise Psychiatric residents in the practice of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for several years. Additionally, during that time, Ms. Thomson provided the CBT curriculum for one semester in the role of a visiting lecturer for psychiatry residents at the University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia through a partnership with the University of Toronto. She has also provided seminars on CBT to Family Practice Residents at Michael Garron hospital and guest lectures at the Wilfrid Laurier Faculty of Social Work. Ms. Thomson has presented papers on psychotherapy to several international professional conferences as well as public lectures on Mental Health. In addition to hospital-based work, she has worked in private practice psychotherapy for over twenty years.

In addition to our team of occupational therapists, social worker, dietician and psychotherapists, our team also consists of case managers, rehab support workers, psychotherapist, and an architectural designer.