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Welcome to pediatric occupational therapy at its best.

Strengths-based, family-centered, pediatric occupational therapy consulting and intervention in the places where real life happens.

Child at Psychologist

As pediatric occupational therapists, we get to be your sidekick, the person that you call when the problems don't seem to have solutions, or the answer to endless hours of Google searching what on earth you are supposed to do with your child now. 

With a focus on bringing you, your child, and your daily tasks back into harmony, we work with you to find practical solutions for your family, sharing our knowledge of child development as we go.


Grocery Shopping

Intervention in the places where you are

Family Breakfast

Focused on the whole family not just on an individual

Boy Playing with Blocks

Centered on building up strengths not  only reducing  weaknesses

Mother and Son

Based upon 

research and the voices of self-advocates

Our Team

Becky Balog

Becky is a pediatric occupational therapist, mother of two, wife, runner, and friend. As an OT, she specializes in working with children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families. Becky believes that in sharing her expertise in child development, especially sensory-motor integration, families and communities can become greater agents for positive change. Becky loves to learn and continues to delve into the latest research and education to enhance her family-centered evidence-based practice. Becky enjoys teaching in all capacities, whether it is future OTs at a local university, professionals at conferences, or local schools sharing about everything from self-regulation to fine motor skill development.


Caitlyn Berry

Caitlyn has spent the last 5 years of working as a pediatric occupational therapist through Early Intervention, providing OT to children birth to three with developmental delays and disabilities. Caitlyn is an expert in parent coaching and grown to recognize that huge role parents play in their child's therapeutic outcomes. She is passionate about respecting the lived experience of each child and family and continues to work to better understand and uplift neurodivergency. Caitlyn thrives on creating authentic therapeutic relationships with everyone she serves. When not working, Caitlyn enjoys volunteering with Sportable, guest lecturing at local universities, mentoring students, traveling, and training for marathons. 



Occupational Therapy & Parent Coaching


Family-based Services

Meet with Becky or Caitlyn, either in person or virtually, to discuss your current challenges in making everyday life happen and problem solve solutions that are unique to your family and child's development. 

Professional Services

Foster community, connection, and knowledge through conversation and education. These sessions can be tailored to meet the needs of continuing education for child-service professionals or employers looking to support their employee's wellness.

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