Jaime Leite Jr.


Jaime Leite Jr. (He/Him) is an Occupational Therapist with an undergraduate degree from Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar). He specialized in Mental Health from the School of Medical Sciences of the University of Campinas (FCM-UNICAMP). Currently, Jaime is working on his PhD in the Postgraduate Program in Occupational Therapy at the Federal University of São Carlos (PPGTO / UFSCar). He is the cofounder of the Group Quefazer: Studies and discussions in Social Occupational Therapy; Group Dona Ivone Lara: Occupational Therapy and Black People; and SexGen-OTOS: International Network on Sexualities and Genders within Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science. Jaime is a member of the Metuia Network - Social Occupational Therapy. His research and published work are mainly in the following themes: Dissidence of Genders and Sexualities, Social Occupational Therapy, Undergraduate Education, Professional Practice, Mental Health, Public Health, Ethnic and Racial Issues, and Culture.