We are a therapist-owned company that believe in bringing fun and creativity to the process while addressing your child's unique therapeutic goals. We are skilled clinicians who strive for excellence, and, we are committed to expanding our specialized training. We work hard to ensure that your child gets the best individualized care they deserve and that your family receives the needed support during therapy process.
Mansi received her Bachelors in Occupational Therapy from G.S Medical College and KEM Hospital, India in 2008. She is grateful for the exceptionally diverse and extensive learning experience she received there. It has shaped her as a well-rounded therapist. She worked in India for some time with a focus on adult neuro-rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation and work-related injuries.
Mansi received her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2010 with a focus on research and treatment in Sensory Integration. She has advanced training in Sensory Integration and is SIPT certified. She moved to Bellevue in 2010 and has been working with children with special needs in the area since then. Mansi enjoys clinical challenges and is passionate about helping children with sensory processing challenges, gross and fine motor difficulties, neuro-muscular challenges, feeding difficulties and difficulties with Vision-Vestibular-Somatosensory Integration. She actively utilizes Safe and Sound Protocol, Integrated Listening Systems (iLs), Primitive Reflex Integration techniques (MNRI and RMT), Infinity Walk Method and self-regulation programs (Zones of Regulation, Alert program and Social thinking curriculum) in therapy. She has taken several educational training in these topics and many others. She closely works with a developmental optometrist and has a special interest in understanding how vision affects function in children and helping them overcome those difficulties.
Mansi tries to bring fun and creativity into the therapy process and is driven to learn new treatment approaches that compliment your child's therapy and support the family. She participates in various clinical special interest groups and is a guest lecturer for COTA's for feeding therapy at the Lake Washington Technical Institute. She is well connected with other professionals so as to guide families in the right direction. She believes in the power of educating the family and caregivers about the therapy process in order to create a lasting positive impact on the child's abilities.
Outside of work, Mansi enjoys painting, spending time with friends and family and is learning to be a better hiker!
Darlene Logan OTR/L
Darlene has been an
Occupational Therapist for 20+ years and loves working with children to help
them grow to become the wonderful “little people” that they are. She received her
Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Woman’s University in Houston Texas and
has continued her education specializing in Sensory Process deficits, Autism,
Integrated Listening Systems, Reflex Integration Training, feeding difficulty
vs. “Picky Eaters” and Developmental Delays in all ages but especially birth to
4 years old. She is also a MERIT approved trainer for Sensory Processing issues.
She has worked in hospital based pediatric in-patient and out-patient settings, pediatric clinics, Early Head Start school programs and Early Intervention not-for-profit programs. She has experience working with children with sensory processing disorder, Autism Spectrum, Downs Syndrome, ADHD, ADD, premature birth process children, feeding issues and Medically Fragile children.
As a Pediatric Occupational Therapist she believes in putting the “fun” back in “functional” to help all those entrusted to her care to be successful in all that they attempt to do every day. It hurts her heart to hear of little ones being “asked to leave day-cares” because they are “not a good fit” if it is sensory related issues that “looks” like bad behavior. She also believes strongly in supporting the whole family to thrive and succeed during difficult times.
Darlene has lived in Washington for many years and enjoys the beauty of this state along with kayaking and “creaky knees” hiking trails.
Katie Horn, MOT, OTR/L
Katie began practicing Occupational Therapy in 2010 when she
graduated from the Masters of Occupational Therapy program at the University of
Washington. Katie has spent her career working with children from birth to 18
years of age. She has practiced in Early Intervention as well as in private
pediatric therapy clinics.
She has advanced training and interest in sensory processing, feeding, handwriting, the Integrated Listening Systems (ILS), reflex integration, and Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT) for infants. Katie has also served as an internship supervisor for Occupational Therapy students.
Katie enjoys collaborating with each child and their family/caregivers in order to assist them in developing and meeting their personal goals. The most vital people in a child’s life are their family/caregivers; Katie is passionate about helping them problem solve and learn about their child’s individual strengths and needs. She feels privileged to work with children because they have a passion for life and an innocence that reminds her daily of what is most important.
Katie has lived in several different locations around the country but feels most at home in the Seattle area. She enjoys exploring Seattle with her husband, her toddler, and their German Shepard puppy by walking, hiking, running, biking, or canoeing. Katie also loves to relax with family and friends.
William Harvey, MOT, OTR/L
William received his Masters in Occupational Therapy from the University of Mary in Billings, Montana in 2018. A Pacific Northwest native, William had a strong desire to return to Washington to begin practicing in the pediatric setting.
William’s pediatric experience includes working with a diverse population during fieldwork experience. He has experience utilizing Sensory Integration therapy and has worked with children with various diagnoses. He has worked with children with difficulties in the area of handwriting, executive functions, sensory processing, picky eating, and delays of typical development. William loves to utilize activities of interest in therapy to support children with disabilities to improve independence and reach key developmental milestones. He utilizes a child-directed approach, which serves as a successful means to implement interventions by encouraging and prioritizing child participation through choice.
William believes that collaboration is key for success in therapy. With this in mind, William is always looking for opportunities to work in tandem with families and caregivers of his clients. A strong believer that parents are the experts of their children, William strives to use input from multiple sources to develop a holistic and individualized treatment plan for each child.
An avid soccer fan, William loves supporting the Seattle Sounders and playing when he can. He also enjoys hiking, running, and cycling. When wanting to relax, he often chooses between reading or watching anything and everything related to Star Wars.