“Common Factors, Unique Alliances: Exploring the Role of Common Factors in Physical Therapy Practice”
Presented by Mary-Beth Holmes, PT, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Education, Sargent College, Department of Physical Therapy
Friday, September 30, 2022 1-2 p.m.
635 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA
Sargent College Room 220
Refreshments will be served prior to the event.
Please RSVP by September 27
About the Speaker
Mary Beth Holmes is an assistant clinical professor and co-director of clinical education in Sargent College’s Department of Physical Therapy. Her clinical practice has been in the acute care setting with a primary focus on treating individuals in the Neurologic Intensive Care Unit. Holmes teaches on topics related to learning and behavior change theory as part of Sargent’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. She received her master of science in physical therapy from Sacred Heart University and her doctorate in physical therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. She earned her PhD in an adult learning and human development program at Lesley University. Her interests involve researching the role of common factors in physical therapy outcomes and practice.