is a graduate of U.W. Madison’s OT program and has worked in the field of Pediatric Occupational Therapy in a variety of settings for 25+ years. Her experience spans neonatal and infant care, pediatric brain and spinal cord injuries, school system intervention. She has also worked in administrative capacities over her career. The last 18 years she has been in pediatric care in outpatient clinic settings. Her areas of expertise include identifying and treating children with sensory processing dysfunction and regulation disorders. She is trained in the SIPT testing (Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests) and has had numerous hours of training in treatment interventions including; Specialization in feeding and eating disorders related to sensory problems, Therapeutic Listening, NDT, MNRI (Musgatova Reflex Integration) motor coordination, fine motor problems(handwriting) and Executive Function. She has treated children with various conditions, including ADHD, executive function, autism and NDT. She is passionate about treating the whole body to support learning and assist children to reach their greatest potential.