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Empowerment

Embrace your unique OT identity,
gaining confidence in your value.

Professional Growth

Access monthly resources fostering continuous
learning and development.

Community Support

Find camaraderie, support,
and understanding among like-minded OTs.

Inspiration & Validation

Gain insights and encouragement through shared
stories and experiences.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Becoming Collective?
The Becoming Collective is a curated online community aimed at supporting OTs to do work that they believe in.
 
It was created because there was a need for support that ran concurrently with professional development that fostered our identity as OTs. This community aims to anchor us to the important things such as values, purpose, foundations of the profession, connection with like-minded others and increasing our clarity and confidence in our work.
 
It lives on an online platform called Mighty Networks that is designed for connection. Within the community we have focussed themes each month, online discussion, community calls and guest sessions via Zoom and reflective guided journals.
 
How is The Becoming Collective different from other online platforms or Facebook groups?
While Facebook groups offer broad networks, The Becoming Collective provides a more focused and structured community. We curate content, facilitate expert-led discussions, and offer specialized resources centered around personal growth, ensuring a deeper, more purposeful engagement.
 
Facebook is a place where you are the product. A place that aims to distract, we may go on for something but all of a sudden we are watching cats get scared or adverts for new shoes. The Becoming Collective is a place for deliberate focus where you are not the product, but rather we are here to serve you.
What benefits do members receive from joining The Becoming Collective?
Connection to others and the profession, affirmation and confidence to show up in meaningful ways are what members have shared as the major benefits. Being seen so that OTs can have the confidence to show up the way that is most authentic and meaningful to you and your life. Doing this through community is, perhaps, the only way to do so. It’s where ideas, stories, support and experiences get bounced around in really impactful ways.
 
Members receive connection to this community and depending on your membership level you will have access to member’s stories, monthly The Becoming Journals, live community conversations and guest sessions on key themes and connection to other amazing OTs.
 
Most importantly, you get more connected to the OT that you want to be through your connection with others. 
Can I use The Becoming Collective to contribute towards my professional development hours?
We recommend that you check with your local administration body. In Australia, your engagement can be claimed in certain categories and can be easily recorded by taking screenshots of your engagement or making record of your reflections. The Becoming Journal is another way to keep track of your learning, engagement and reflections.
Why should I pay to be part of a community when there are free resources available online
While almost unlimited free resources exist, The Becoming Collective offers a curated environment with quality content, expert guidance, and a supportive community committed to your personal development. The subscription fee ensures access to exclusive resources and a more immersive experience designed to accelerate your growth journey.
 
Free resources are great, but typically they stay pretty shallow. Our intention is to go deeper, where all the good stuff happens.