Sensory Processing OT

Support and resources for sensory OTs and sensory parents

Sensory Processing OT

Support and resources for sensory OTs and sensory parents

Let’s Make Life Easier!

I specializes working with Sensory OTs and Sensory Parents.  For OTs , I offer clinical mentorship to sensory therapists in solo-practice. I can help you to be less confused about sensory processing and to become more competent and confident in your sensory practice. Services include 1:1 mentorship, a monthly membership and group coaching program, mentorship for clinics, webinars, and courses.

For sensory parents, I offer 1:1 iLs Home Coaching through integrated listening systems. iLs is a multi-sensory program for improving brain function. The activities are fun and can be customized for all ages and skill levels.

Support for Parents

iLs home coaching for sensory parents

Support for OT Professionals

Coaching, clinics, webinars, & courses

You CAN

“You Can” is a guiding principle in my work. As therapists, we focus on identifying what the client cannot do and why, in order to know what to work on and how. The “You Can” concept takes that negative angle and turns the therapy into being about what a person can do or wants to do rather than about their disability or what they can’t do because of it. It is a strategy and a value… a cheer and a goal… for children and parents. 

“She turned her can’ts into cans and her dreams into plans.”

– Kobi Yamada

“You Can” Strategies for Kids

5 Tips for a Successful Sensory Diet

5 Tips for a Successful Sensory Diet

Sensory Diets are a way to support people who struggle with sensory challenges.  In my private practice with children and in my parent coaching sessions we develop an individualized set of activities that children with sensory processing disorder, find...

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You CAN

“You Can” is a guiding principle in my work. As therapists, we focus on identifying what the client cannot do and why, in order to know what to work on and how. The “You Can” concept takes that negative angle and turns the therapy into being about what a person can do or wants to do rather than about their disability or what they can’t do because of it. It is a strategy and a value… a cheer and a goal… for children and parents.

“She turned her can’ts into cans and her dreams into plans.”

– Kobi Yamada

“You Can” Strategies for Kids

5 Tips for a Successful Sensory Diet

5 Tips for a Successful Sensory Diet

Sensory Diets are a way to support people who struggle with sensory challenges.  In my private practice with children and in my parent coaching sessions we develop an individualized set of activities that children with sensory processing disorder, find...

read more

What You Can Do Today

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Ovis the Sheep

Children and families living with sensory differences often feel misunderstood. I hope Ovis and his stories will bring connection to your child, to your student, your client, or your friend in trying to understand and communicate what can feel like a very confusing world.