Occupational Therapist/ Occupational Therapy Mentor
Carlie received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in June of 2015 and later went on to receive her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from University of the Sciences in January 2018. During her graduate studies, Carlie experienced working with both children and adults in various settings, including New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell, District 31 Public schools, and outpatient settings. While practicing as an Occupational Therapist, a majority of Carlie’s experience was working with pediatric oncology patients at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She also has experience working in early intervention and the school setting, while working with a variety of diagnoses, including but not limited to: ASD, sensory processing delays, learning difficulties, ADHD, emotional and behavioral challenges, and neurological impairments. Carlie holds a certification as a Living in Place Specialist, helping individuals make their homes accessible and functional to allow independence in every day life. Carlie is passionate in providing care and working with the pediatric population, while providing a safe and fun environment to foster independence.