Meet Our Therapist
Rachel currently works as a school-based occupational therapist for Cobb County Schools as well as at an outpatient pediatric clinic. She is a life-long learner and has additional professional training in the areas of emotional regulation, mindfulness-based tools, sensory processing disorder, fine motor skills, handwriting skills, hippotherapy, aquatic therapy, Therapeutic Listening, and reflex integration. She believes being fully present and forming connections with clients and caregivers is an integral part of the therapeutic process and are required to assist clients in their growth toward greater independence and well-being.
Rachel enjoys being outside, gardening, hiking, playing soccer, snuggling with her dogs, and traveling with her husband.
Rebecca has been a pediatric occupational therapist for 15 years, graduating in 2001 from Brenau University with a MS in Occupational Therapy. She has received specialized training in CIMT, sensory processing, Autism, fine motor skills and handwriting development, pilates, and yoga. Prior to moving to Atlanta, Rebecca worked with early intervention, preschoolers and in the school system in New York City. Since moving to Atlanta, she now works in a pediatric outpatient clinic, as well as serving children in the Forsyth county school system. Rebecca enjoys travel, watching her son play soccer, and spending time with her family.