I often hear OTs questioning their practice and wanting to understand further "what and why am I doing what I'm doing?" Occupational therapy is complex. Without life or clinical experience in your entry level degree, that early OT learning may have appeared "too theoretical." Post graduate study allows you to deepen your understanding and challenge your practice. The Master of Advanced Occupational Therapy is more than looking for the best research evidence, but deepening your OT knowledge to be able to name, and frame, your clinical reasoning, at an advanced level. While this may be challenging, such learning can lead to much greater job satisfaction, and improved practice.