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Our Team of Awesomeness

Supporting our community and your child with the care needed to help them be successful!

Meet Jamie- OT

Nerf Blaster Enthusiast

Jamie is our founder and sensory supergirl!  She has experience in all areas of therapy, from birth to retirement- Jamie has worked with every stage of life! - offering a functional perspective that supports your child without stifling their development.  She has extensive experience in ADHD, Autism, Sensory Processing, and has mentored with Lucy Miller at the STAR Institute in Denver.  With 15 years of experience working in schools and clinic therapy- Jamie can offer support to parents navigating the Evaluation/IEP process as well as guiding treatments to help children be successful across all environments.


Meet Molly- OT

Hide and Seek Expert

Molly graduated from the University of Southern California with a Doctorate of Occupational Therapy. Molly's passion is working with sensory processing, and facilitating groups for preschoolers, social skill development, and handwriting. She also has background in research- studying environmental adaptations to support children’s sensory needs. Molly is passionate about providing treatments that support children’s development and improve quality of life for the whole family! Outside of work Molly enjoys being active- hiking, traveling and sports. 
As the Juanita School Girls Basketball record holder for career rebounds and blocked shots - she uses her quick skills to keep kids engaged and active in her sessions!


Meet Traci-OT

Minecraft Magician

With 20 years of experience prior to being an OT specializing in children aged 3 months to 13 years Traci brings obstacle course magic to her OT sessions.  When not creating some awesome obstacle courses, Traci spends time with her family playing Minecraft, Roblox, and Pokémon.  Her passions also includes music, dancing, singing, watching plays and musicals. Roller coasters are her thrill and she's a die-hard Seahawks fan! With a BFA in theatre and dance and an AAS-OTA, Traci's OT sessions are creative and animated! And she can talk minecraft.... (thank goodness for the rest of us!)

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Meet Alison-Speech

With over 23 years as a pediatric Speech Language Pathologist and West Seattle resident, Alison finds so much joy in building relationships with kids and families to support children to reach their highest potential. Alison has worked in several settings including schools, private practice and most recently in Early Supports (children 0-3 years old). Alison is an endorsed provider through the Washington Association of Infant Mental Health, SOS Feeding approach and Hanen.

She is known to be calm in any storm, strengths based, creative and innovative in her work with kids and families. She can find fun in just about anything!

Alison enjoys cheering her two daughters on in volleyball matches and soccer games and loves exploring new food adventures and is so excited to see live music of all kinds once again!

Meet Kylie- Speech

Baseball Connoisseur

Kylie graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with her master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology. She has worked in private practice serving the community from birth through adulthood. She then narrowed her practice to early intervention, treating children in receptive and expressive language, articulation and phonology, fluency, play development and cognition, bottle and breast feeding and picky eating. She is SKI HI certified to deliver services to children with hearing differences and holds certifications for Fragile Infant Feeding and the SOS approach to eating. 

Kylie enjoys playing cards like cribbage and pinochle as well as sports like baseball and basketball which keeps her agile and nimble navigating those tough 3 year old negotiators! 


Meet Jordan-Therapy/Office Support

Staring Contest Champion

Jordan is our office support magician and therapy support specialist.  She has spent her time in Arizona, Maryland and Southern California. Her experiences include live-in nanny support for a family with multiple special needs children.  Her love of books, art, and travel keep her well connected with all of our families!

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Meet Julie-
Parent Coach

Calm as a Cucumber mother of 3

Julie is our School Counselor and Parent Coach!

She partners with caregivers to cultivate desired changes in the family system. 

The coaching process supports caregivers’ goals, helping identify resources needed and skills and systems to develop to support a happy home!  


As a result of this collaborative relationship, caregivers:

  • Grow their ability to address parenting challenges with confidence.

  • Align their time and energy with their values and priorities.

  • Joyfully engage with their children!

More information coming soon!

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