Sarah is a northern Virginia native who received her Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University and went on to complete her Master of Occupational Therapy from Radford University. Since beginning her career in Occupational Therapy, Sarah has specialized in pediatrics, working extensively in the outpatient setting. She has experience with children of all ages and specializes in feeding. Sarah believes that children learn best through play and loves watching them gain skills while smiling!
Sarah is nationally registered and licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine. She is specially certified in feeding therapy and has additional training in: SOS Approach to feeding; Pediatric Swallowing and Feeding, The Essentials; Introduction to Contemporary Pediatric NDT. Sarah has additional training in the following treatment approaches: Handwriting Without Tears, Zones of Regulation, Wilbarger Brushing Protocol, Integrated Listening Systems, Floortime approach, and Sensory Integration.
Rebecca received her Bachelor's of Science in Psychology from Virginia Tech and her Occupational Therapy Doctorate from Virginia Commonwealth University. Rebecca first became interested in occupational therapy while working as an aide for families with children with developmental delays. She gained experience by working as an Early Intervention intern and then working with children ranging from birth to 18 years of age in an outpatient clinic. While at VCU, she researched, created, and implemented social skills programs in elementary, middle, and high schools to promote positive mental health. Rebecca is passionate about working with families and children in their natural settings to best work within their daily routine and environment.
Rebecca has experience working with children from a variety of backgrounds and needs, including those with autism spectrum disorder, sensory processing disorder, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, fine motor deficits, gross motor deficits, and anxiety. Rebecca has training in the following treatment approaches: Neuro-Developmental Treatment, DIR Floortime Model, Wilbarger Brushing Protocol, Handwriting without Tears, Zones of Regulation, Integrated Listening System, and Astronaut Training. Rebecca is nationally registered and licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine.
Harper is a DMV native and graduated from James Madison University with her Bachelors in Health Sciences. She then went on to graduate from Le Moyne College with a Masters in Occupational Therapy. Harper has years of experience working in a pediatric clinic and in the early intervention setting. She is passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and families. Harper believes strongly in neurodiversity-affirming treatment approaches and client-centered therapy. In her free time, Harper enjoys yoga and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Harper is nationally registered and certified by the Board of Medicine in Virginia to practice Occupational Therapy. She is also a certified Early Intervention Specialist with the state of Virginia and has advanced training in the treatments of a range of childhood feeding disorders, Talk Tools oral-motor placement therapy, Ayres sensory integration, primitive reflex integration, and handwriting.