Lindsey earned her Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) from Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia where she also received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with minors in Public Health and Biology.
Lindsey enjoys working in the pediatric setting and prioritizes helping children of all ages or diagnoses reach their optimal functional performance levels. Lindsey centers all therapeutic sessions on the specific needs of each child and family. She has experience with fine motor and gross motor coordination skills, sensory integration, reflex integration, body modulation, developmental delays, emotional regulation, and attention. Lindsey is passionate about providing children and infants with the opportunity to participate in all areas of occupations, such as play, feeding, sleeping, school or leisure tasks, etc. in their natural environment. She strives to provide the child and family with strategies, resources, and opportunities to collaborate and work together to address any areas of concern. She loves to incorporate fun and creative interventions to provide beneficial OT sessions to motivate and build rapport with each child and their family.
For fun, Lindsey enjoys spending time outdoors, going for walks, kayaking, and playing yard games. She loves the pediatric setting because she enjoys showing her goofy side, as well as bringing optimism and joy to situations. She strives to practice by this quote each and every day: “Occupational therapy practitioners know that hope still glimmers in the darkest hour.”