B.S., Regent College; B.S., Austin Peay State University; OTD, Belmont University


Amy Haynes, OTD, OTR/L, is an assistant professor of Occupational Therapy at Methodist University. She teaches Anatomy: Structure and Function, Functional Neuroscience, Human Movement and Performance, Program Development, Professional Writing, and is a Level I Research Mentor. Dr. Haynes’ areas of expertise include delivering comprehensive clinical occupational therapy services as part of interdisciplinary teams, development of community-level programs, research, and course development. She is the Faculty Advisor for the Beta Nu Chapter of the Pi Theta Epsilon Honor Society. Dr. Haynes is an US Army Veteran and serves as a Senior Advisor for military family programs. She received her OTD degree from Belmont University, B.S. degree in Health and Wellness Promotion from Austin Peay State University, and B.S. in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Russian Studies from Regent’s College.