Featured Providers

Looking for a provider to help your child or clinic?

These OTs, PTs, SLPs, family coaches, and other service providers have elected to be RITP Featured Providers.

Featured Providers

Looking for a provider to help your child or clinic?



These OTs, PTs, SLPs, family coaches, and other service providers are RITP Featured Providers.

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Carrie Punger

Occupational Therapist • East Cobb/Greater Atlanta, Georgia
Carrie earned her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at New England Institute of Technology in Rhode Island. Carrie comes to us with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Carrie has practiced in school-based settings, private practice, and in an Autism Clinic. Carrie specializes in working with children to address sensory integration, reflex integration, and vision challenges. Carrie is trained in Brain Gym, Visual Rehabilitation for Pediatrics, and Primitive Reflexes. Carrie is a certified level 1 specialist in Handwriting without Tears and is trained in Bal-a-vis-X (a rhythm program that addresses visual tracking deficiencies and auditory imprecision, impulsivity, balance and anxiety issues). Additionally, Carrie has trained in RISE (Reflex Integration to Support Education. Carrie is additionally trained in Therapeutic Listening a program designed to impact the nervous system to increase attention, balance, body awareness and control, communication, social engagement and organization of sensory input and Astronaut Training, a protocol designed to provide precise input to all vestibular receptors, this protocol assists in integrating the vestibular-auditory-visual triad. Carrie has previously worked as a COTA and vision therapist. Carrie takes pride in creating a unique, personalized treatment experience for her patients. When not working and learning, Carrie enjoys time with her family and friends, spending time outdoors hiking and kayaking, learning to play the guitar, reading, journaling, and crafting of all types.
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Erin Blake

Occupational Therapist • Atlanta, GA
http://www.loveliveplayllc.comerinb@loveliveplayllc.com • 404-435-7601
I am a pediatric occupational therapist providing services for children with exceptional abilities and injuries. I help children improve their abilities in order to function independently and functionally within their environments such as home, school, community, and sports/extracurricular activities. I am passionate about serving children ages 0-21 with exceptional abilities and injuries in order to function in their best ability independently by providing therapeutic strategies and concepts. Some of the services I provide are kid’s yoga, handwriting, fine motor development, primitive reflex sessions, feeding therapy, kinesio-taping, sensory-integration, and community involvement/collaboration.
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Faye Diskin

Occupational Therapist • Northern California (Greater Sacramento Area)
I am an Occupational Therapist with over 33 years of pediatric experience most of them in the area of inpatient pediatric rehabilitation. I have most recently became interested in the area of primitive reflexes and was intrigued by what I was learning and decided to pursue further education and certification in this area. I am currently working with a neuro optometrist. I am originally from the East Coast (NJ) but have been living in Northern CA for 28 years. I enjoy working with children, being outdoors in nature including camping , walking , and riding bikes. I am married and live with my 3 rescue dogs.
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Fran Rubio-Katz

Parent Coach • Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Fran Rubio-Katz, also known as Coach Franny, is a parent, professional educator, and the founder of Mindful-Ish®, an online parent education and coaching program. With over twenty-five years of experience, she has been guiding schools and families in Mindfulness-Based Social-Emotional Learning (MBSEL) and responsive, holistic behavior management. As a thought leader in human potential, Coach Franny's expertise lies in recognizing the best in others, particularly children with challenging or concerning behaviors and providing optimal support for them and their home and school families.
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Krystle Lopez

Occupational Therapist • Fort Myers, FL (& Virtual)
The very best part of being a pediatric therapist is seeing the smiles & weight lifted that happens when a child and his or her community feel like they’ve reached a new level of ability and peace! An OT for 15 years, I’ve always had a special love for connecting with families by learning personal interests and goals and empowering families to incorporate workable solutions via meaningful activities based on routines, goals and interests. I specialize in primitive reflexes, sensory integration, handwriting, emotional awareness/regulation, toilet training, and coordination and see kids of all ages. In addition to helping kiddos, my approach includes a specific and tailored plan for parents to guide and empower you with the tools needed for success. I love also collaborating with caregivers, teachers, coaches, and/or other service providers your child may have in his or her life. If we sound like a great fit I’d be honored to help you!
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Tera Timmons

Occupational Therapist • Columbus, GA
http://www.interactiveindependencellc.comtera@interactiveindependencellc.com • (706) 464-4445
Tera is a wife, mom to four incredible kids, and an occupational therapist with 20+ years experience. Tera is a proud graduate of the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington and has worked in a variety of settings as an occupational therapist to include hospitals, schools, outpatient settings, and private homes. She has extensive training the use of sensory processing strategies, reflex integration, feeding and using functional play to achieve individual and family goals.
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Wendy Grossman

Physical Therapist
I am a pediatric physical therapist and have worked in outpatient and early intervention settings, as well as school based settings. The majority of my career has been spent with birth-5 years of age. I enjoy collaborating with other team members to help children make progress and enjoy teaching families and school staff how to incorporate activities into their day to help their children progress.