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Finding Your Child's Anchor 
& Following Your Child's Arrow

Who I Am

My name is Gina, and I have been a pediatric occupational therapist working with children and their families for 20 years in a variety of settings, including in hospital, community, and early intervention programs. I am also a mom to three school age children with neurodevelopmental differences, who have been my most influential teachers along the way. I am passionate about helping caregivers feel heard regarding their concerns for their child, and equipping them as the most significant force in their child's life to effect change. I am also dedicated to helping children feel safe, stable, and powerful in their bodies, relationships, and environments. I seek to restore connection, joy, and harmony to families when things seem to be spinning out of control. I recognize the importance of intervening as soon as possible in an infant or child's life to identify and overcome challenges before they increase and compound. I also try to catch those children who have been missed or misunderstood, and utilize the principles of neuroplasticity to make powerful and long-lasting changes in the nervous system that will set them up for a lifetime of success and satisfaction. 

What I Believe

Safety First

Play is the Way

Regulate to Relate

Parents are Primary

Kids Do Well if They Can

All Behavior is Information

Connections Over Compliance

Firm Foundations for Solid Success

Who I Treat

Smiling Baby
Cute Baby Boy
Small Child with Large Glasses
Girl and stuffed animal
Sweet Toddler
Father and Son
Curious Girl
Boy's Portrait
Curious Child
Girl at School
Smiling Kid
Child Playing
Smiling Kids
Portrait of a Child
Happy Baby
Mother and Baby

Children Birth - 12 Years

White Brick Wall

What I Treat


Posture and Positioning

Sensory Processing

Balance and Coordination

Rolling, Sitting, Crawling


Visual-Motor Coordination



Attention and Focus

Play, Engagement, Interaction

Emotional Regulation

Strength and Endurance

Attachment and Trauma

Visual-Vestibular Integration

Prenatal Drug Exposure

Sleep Disturbance

Grasp and Fine Motor Skills


Impulsivity and Self-Control

Activity and Arousal Level

Executive Functioning

What the Doctor

Might Call It


Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Learning Disorder

Anxiety or Depression

Failure to Thrive

Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs)


Reactive Attachment Disorder


Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Developmental Coordination Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


What I Offer

TummyTime! Method

Reflex Integration

PLAY Project and DIR/Floortime

Rhythmic Movement Training

Pre- and Post-Frenectomy Care

Therapeutic Listening Program

Astronaut Training Program

Respectful Feeding Intervention

Trauma-Informed Sensory Integration


Private, Individualized Care

Parent Lounge and Workspace

Flexible Scheduling with



Insurance and Fees

Accepting Anthem BCBS, Aetna, United Healthcare, CareSource, Medicaid, and Buckeye 

Also Accepting Montgomery, Greene, and Warren County
Family Support Services Program Vouchers

Please Contact Office for Self-Pay/Out-of-Network Rates

Smiling Child

Children are not a distraction from more important work.

They are the most important work.

C. S. Lewis

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