Beth received her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Illinois-Chicago in 2004. She has experience working in various settings including home-based early intervention, tele-therapy, school systems, outpatient clinics and as part of a diagnostic team for a center for autism. She is certified in the Handwriting Without Tears® program, M.O.V.E® program, and Therapeutic Listening®. She has completed advanced continuing education in MORE, Floortime/DIR, Kinesiotaping, The Ready Approach for Self Regulation®, The Alert Program®, TEACCH®, TalkTools, neurodevelopmental techniques, and assistive technology. She has been a presenter at state conferences, parent workshops, universities, day cares and school programs.
Beth is the lead therapist for our OT and PT program.
In her spare time, Beth enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and four children.
Jen graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy in 1994. She has been fortunate to work in a variety of settings including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, hand therapy and outpatient clinics. She has experience working with children diagnosed with a variety of medical conditions such as neurological disorders, traumatic brain injury, sensory processing disorder, autism, cerebral palsy, and orthopedic injuries such as upper extremity tendon injuries, fractures and amputations.
Jen is certified in Therapeutic Listening and Handwriting without Tears. She has attended advanced training specific to Neuromuscular Development Techniques, cognitive and perceptual rehabilitation, myofascial trigger point release, splinting techniques, treating autism, pediatric feeding issues, sensory dysfunction, brain gym, primitive reflexes, and sensory diets.
Jen is married with two children. She loves baking, crafts and kayaking.
Jen provides Occupational Therapy Services in the Woodbridge/Dumfries/Stafford area.
Maxi has a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy from James Madison University. She has experience working in both the home and clinical setting, and is fluent in Spanish, allowing her to expand her therapy services to include Spanish speaking families. Maxi has experience working with children who have diagnoses such as: autism spectrum disorder, down syndrome, sensory processing disorder, and developmental delays. She has attended the M.O.R.E course, which targets integrating the mouth with sensory and postural functions. She has provided seminars for parents, colleagues, and other health professionals regarding feeding and food aversions in children, specifically following the ‘Just Take a Bite’ protocol as used in her treatment sessions with children ages 1-16. Additionally, she is certified in Therapeutic Listening ®.
In her spare time, Maxi enjoys playing games, reading, yoga, and traveling with her friends and family.
Dana received her Bachelor’s of Science degree and her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from Russell Sage College in Troy, New York in 2001. She has 18 years of pediatric experience working in a variety of settings, which include, Early Intervention, private practice and the school system. She is skilled in treating a diverse patient population with developmental delays, feeding difficulties and autism spectrum disorders. Dana is certified in Sensory Integration Theory and Treatment and in the administration of the Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests (SIPT). She is also certified in Beckman Oral Motor
Assessment and Intervention, Therapeutic Listening and Interactive Metronome.
Dana is dedicated to the children and families she works with and strives to make
a positive impact on their lives. She currently lives in Haymarket and enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.
Laetetia received her Bachelors in Health Sciences and Masters in Occupational Therapy from James Madison University in 2012. She has since worked in school-based and outpatient pediatric settings. She has a certification in Therapeutic Listening® and has attended the Talk Tools oral placement course. Laetetia has advanced training in pediatric kinesiotaping, pediatric neurodevelopmental techniques (NDT), Unstuck and On Target program, feeding difficulties, visual dysfunction, sensory processing and regulation, stress management, and mindfulness. She has experience working with individuals with autism, developmental delays, cerebral palsy, ADHD, feeding difficulties, chromosomal differences, and sensory processing difficulties. She has presented at parent, community, and state events on handwriting, sensory processing, bilateral integration, and motor planning. Laetetia loves being able to integrate play into her treatment and to make learning fun! In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys cooking, exploring the outdoors, crafting, and traveling.
Christina Kovach attended the Occupational Therapy Assistant program in her Hometown of Dayton, OH at Sinclair Community College receiving an Associate Degree of Applied Science in June of 2006. She relocated to Virginia in 2008 with her husband to pursue his career as a firefighter in Washington, DC. Chrissy has worked in a variety of settings including skilled nursing facilities and assisted living centers for 10 years. Her most recent experience was with a pediatric outpatient clinic since 2015. This provided experience with Autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and sensory processing disorder. She also gained experience with sensory integration techniques, Astronaut training program, handwriting clinics with a certificate in Handwriting without Tears. She attended many feeding therapy education courses with talk tools to gain knowledge with sensory feeding difficulties, strategies for picky eaters, pediatric feeding disorders and oral placement therapy, as well as basic knowledge with kinesiotaping and Vision therapy techniques. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children – 9-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son. They frequently travel to Lake Anna and enjoy boating and water sports.