Our expert says:
No, NOT an Occupational Therapist, a group which seems consistently over-valued round here. Some psychologists specialize indoing tests which match your interests with your skills and talents, and can give good vocational guidance, which is not what Occupational Therapists do. The gap years sounds like a good idea, too. Meeting new people, and talking with them, will help her to think of what she might not otherwise have considered. Your discussion seesm to assume that she doesn't have any strong ideas herself, as to what she would like to do. Of course, she'd also be welcome in the forum as a resident Uber-Mum, to advise others based on her experience !
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