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we see the full-picture of your child


We're educators and caregivers at heart, which means we're constantly working on new ways we can support your child. We know your family's needs are diverse, and your care plan needs to be able to roll with the punches. That's why we're committed to offering a variety of modalities that help us address obstacles from multiple angles and treat the WHOLE child's physical, emotional, and mental being, not just an isolated issue. We see each patient as a complex puzzle who deserves dynamic, skillful, comprehensive care.

Maureen was fantastic in working with our son on increasing his gross and fine motor ability. Maureen is so adept at letting the kids come up with their own ideas and running  with them. Watching his strength and confidence increase over time was incredible to  watch.

occupational therapy, speech therapy, portland oregon


occupational therapist

Maureen enjoys working with clients of all ages and abilities. She has experience working with children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder, sensory processing difficulties, motor delays, and difficulties with executive functioning including emotional regulation, organizing and attention in community, school and clinic environments. Maureen received her Master’s degree in occupational therapy from the University of Southern California. She has received advanced training in sensory integration, and is certified to administer the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT). Maureen values a team approach with therapy, including parents in sessions to help carry OT strategies into the real world. When not at work she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family!



occupational therapist

Emily is a playful, energetic, and creative individual who values client and family-centered care. She strives to build comfortable and collaborative relationships with children and their families in order to help them reach their goals. She received her doctorate in occupational therapy from Pacific University with a concentration in interprofessional education, where she gained experience working with children with sensory processing and emotional regulation difficulties, ADHD, developmental delays, and autism spectrum disorder. Emily aims to connect with each individual child and incorporate their strengths into treatment order to promote the best therapeutic outcomes. Outside the clinic, Emily enjoys listening to music, hiking, spending time with friends, and making art!



occupational therapist

Amy graduated from the University of Scranton with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 1999.

Over the past 24 years, Amy has enjoyed working with children in a variety of school and clinic-based settings in both the Bay Area and the Portland area.

She has completed post-graduate education in the areas of Sensory Integration, handwriting, self-regulation, executive functioning, reflex integration, and the Perceptual Enrichment Program (PEP).

Amy loves working with children with sensory processing disorders, motor delays, learning differences, attentional difficulties, visual perceptual delays, and executive functioning deficits. She values the importance of providing a team-centered approach for every child.


Amy lives in Portland with her daughter and their tuxedo cat. Bootsy.



occupational therapist

Diedra works with kids of all ages using a holistic approach and combining different strategies with a focus on motor development, communication, social emotional learning, and sensory processing skills. Diedra works with the whole family in the process of supporting a struggling child. Since graduating with her master’s degree from Pacific University’s School of Occupational Therapy, she has gained extensive experience with children including those with diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, sensory processing and regulation difficulties, emotional and behavioral challenges, and motor delays. She has practiced in several of Portland’s pediatric out-patient clinics, Early Intervention, and Shriners Hospital for Children. Diedra is a mother of two amazing children. When not working, you can find her spending time with her family.



occupational therapist

Esje graduated from Pacific University in 2012 with a Masters of Occupational Therapy. She brings experience working in the clinic, early intervention, and school-age settings. She has provided services in the classroom and home setting, and has years of experience working in the clinic setting.  Esje has provided private OT services in the home focusing on fine motor and handwriting as well.  Esje brings experience working with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, emotional and behavioral challenges, feeding challenges, and sensory processing issues. She is trained in Handwriting Without Tears® and Therapeutic Listening. She focuses on providing engaging treatment sessions and collaborating with families to support children in their daily routines across various settings. In her free time, Esje enjoys baking and spending time with her husband and 2 sons. 



Carly graduated from Pacific University’s doctoral OT program. She works to empower clients of all ages and loves to collaborate with families for a holistic approach to care. Carly is also passionate about client equity and working towards systems of care that meet clients where they are at. As a doctoral student, Carly gained international occupational therapy experience in Cape Town, South Africa, working in a pediatric hospital supporting a wide variety of client needs, and in an inclusive preschool where her role was to train staff supporting neurodiverse students.


When not in the clinic, Carly can often be found spending time with friends, hiking and exploring the great outdoors with her dog, and curled up with a book and her cat.

Our Team

occupational therapist



speech therapist

Molly is a seasoned SLP who treats children of all ability levels with dignity and respect. She has worked with ages two-young adult in public schools and home health, but her favorite setting is outpatient clinics alongside OTs! As a DIR Floortimer, she centers joy, just-right challenges, and family relationships in her therapy. Molly will invite you to be a part of your child's session to play or to learn. 


Her clinical interests include autism, ADHD, speech/phonology disorders, gestalt language processing, bilingual/multilingual assessment, stuttering and AAC. She is an AAC whiz, experienced in programs like LAMP, TD Snap, TouchChat, simPODD, and Proloquo2Go. She believes that we ALL benefit from visual supports, whether high-tech apps or low-tech  printed images. 


Molly enjoys partner dancing, yoga, horror movies, fixing up her 1928 craftsman home, cats, dogs who like cats, and blue eyeshadow



speech therapist MS, CCC-SLP

Isabelle is an SLP from Seattle returning home to the PNW after 7 years on the east coast where she has been collaborating with families in early intervention (with children under 5) and home health to help parents feel empowered to support their children in daily routines.


She is particularly passionate about Gestalt Language Processing (a style of language learning common for autistic people), early access to Alternative and Augmentative Communication devices, responsive feeding for anxious eaters and neurodiversity affirming practices.


When she’s not at the clinic, she loves to bike and dance, especially if there’s disco music!

success stories
occupational therapy, speech therapy, portland oregon

success stories

Maureen made a huge difference in our kids' lives, and not only tackled the symptoms  that led us to seek OT services (below-grade level writing and fine motor skills) but  looked holistically at our children. She taught them problem solving skills, patience,  how to express their frustration and perseverance. As a parent, I learned a lot of new  strategies from watching her interact with my kids during her sessions. To top it off, our  kids loved her--she quickly formed a connection and made the sessions fun and joyful.  I highly recommend her services.


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