Tina graduated from Texas Women’s University, in 1990, with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. Her clinical therapy experiences include acute, outpatient, skilled nursing facility, and rehabilitation. Tina’s clinical interest is pediatrics. Her favorite thing about being a therapist is helping clients achieve their personal best through creative activities.
Susan graduated from New York University in 1990 with a Master's in specialization in developmental disability. She has clinical experience in school Occupational Therapy and Early Childhood Intervention. Susan likes to work with children with all diagnoses. She enjoys the challenge of deciding what is best for the child. Her favorite thing about being a therapist is when a child sees he can accomplish a new skill.
Deborah graduated from Texas Woman's University in 2007 with her Master's of Occupational Therapy. Since then, she has worked in many different settings including early childhood intervention, outpatient pediatrics, pediatric home health, and working in a skilled nursing rehabilitation facility. She really enjoys working with children with ADHD and developmental delays. She has been blessed with the knowledge of working with all diagnosis in general and providing a service that helps clients reach their potential. She believes in a top down holistic approach. She has been working with KidTherapy since 2018 and in her spare time she loves going to the movies and watching college basketball and football games.
Gayla graduated from the University of St. Agustine for Health Sciences with a Master's in Occupational Therapy. Her clinical experience includes acute care and outpatient pediatrics. Gayla's clinical interests are developmental delays, orthopedic injuries, and autism. Her favorite thing about being a therapist is being able to use her creativity and continuous learning.
Deborah graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor's Degree in Occupational Therapy. She has clinical therapy experience with outpatient pediatrics and school settings. Deborah has a particular passion for treating children with autistic spectrum disorder, fine and gross motor developmental delays, issues with sensory integration and those with visual perseptual difficulties. She loves the therapeutic use of play as a medium toward development. Deborah enjoys implemnting an array of sensory experiences includiing tactile, proprioceptive and vestibular input to facilitate enhanced self-regulation modulation body awareness and ultimately motor planning for optimal daily funciton in fine and gross motor tasks. In her spare time, she loves to hike and will never turn down an opportunity to visit Disneyland or Hawaii!!