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Freyr graduated from The University of Queensland in 2002 with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. She has also completed a Master of Public Health majoring in health Promotion (Queensland of Technology) in 2009.

Freyr is currently studying to complete her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) investigating the use of group therapy interventions in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation.

Freyr has worked with a broad range of clients across the continuum of care, in a variety of clinical settings both in Australia and internationally. Prior to studying full-time she worked as the Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist in the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit in Brisbane, providing services to clients of general working age following brain injury.

In this role she facilitated the development, implementation, and evaluation of a new model of professional practice placement for students. She provided supervision to staff within the brain injury rehabilitation team, and consultation and support to external service providers.

Freyr is committed to providing evidence based, client-centred programs for her clients, using goal oriented interventions. She is proficient at administering outcome measures including the FIM, COPM and other outcomes measures.

She is passionate about research and continuing professional development, and is actively involved in brain injury research through her PhD study.

For Moore Rehab Outcomes, Freyr is able to provide ADL Assessments and retraining, Medico-legal Assessments, with her speciality being in neurological injuries. Freyr is considered an expert in her field of practice, and has been trained in the preparation of assessments to estimate past and future care needs.

Freyr is based in Canberra.