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Pixara udowodnili (czym się jawi opiera się starym ktoś liczy She prides herself being empathetic and working with families to provide family centered and functional therapy. She also loves to help kids learn both receptive and expressive language skills through play based therapy and laughter. She is a Hanen Certified Therapist who has attended the It Takes Two to Talk Workshop and is also trained on The Picture Exchange Communication System She has attended The Sequential Oral Sensory Approach to Feeding and The SOFFI Method course. When she is not working enjoys traveling, yoga, and loves being outside with her two cocker spaniels. grew up the Shenandoah Valley as one of 7 siblings. Her mother and older sister are both special education teachers and two of her younger brothers received OT as children for different challenges, including Autism spectrum disorder and Down syndrome. was inspired by her upbringing and her family and went on to earn a Bachelors degree Pre-Occupational Therapy from University Fairfax, VA. She came to Richmond to complete her Masters Occupational Therapy at Commonwealth University. is a NBCOT-certified, registered occupational therapist with experience across the lifespan, though her passion is for the younger population. the pediatric world, has experience working with children with a variety of diagnoses, including Autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, dyspraxia, ADHD, and Sensory Processing Disorder. is also experienced Feeding Therapy and has treated children with severe sensory aversions, extreme selectivity, and food refusal following a choking incident When not treating her kiddos, enjoys spending time with her husband and dog. She loves reading, hiking, yoga, and visiting family, especially her three nieces and newborn nephew out California! grew up southern WV. She went straight from high school to college to earn her Bachelor degree Psychology and her of Science Physical Therapy both from Wheeling Jesuit University. She has 18 years of experience spending the last 15 of those years specializing the treatment of children. She began working WV a variety of settings including outpatient clinic, a nursing home, schools, and early intervention were she discovered her true passion for working with families who have children with gross motor delays. She has lived Chesterfield since 2008 helping children from 0 years old outpatient and early intervention programs. She provides physical therapy services to a variety of children including ones who have pain, broken bones, sprains, gait abnormalities, movement disorders, cardiac issues, POTS, Mitochondrial disorders, neuromuscular disorders, Torticollis, Concussion TBI, arthrogryposis, and genetic chromosomal conditions. Some of her recent continuing education courses have included Mulligan mobilization techniques, Cascade Sure Step DMO products, foot positioning and gait mechanics, Functional Electrical Stimulation to substitute for bracing, and AMA Mitochondrial Medicine. She is certified as a KTP Kinesio Tape and as Early Intervention Professional Outside of therapy, she enjoys participating activities outdoors, with her church, with her husband, 10 year old and 14 year old daughter. is originally from Brooklyn, NY and graduated 1988 from Long Island University with a master's Physical Therapy. For the past 12 2 years, she has lived Chesterfield where she has worked primarily pediatrics, but also enjoys working with adults at St 's Hospital. Currently, is the lead NICU PT at St 's hospital, as well as one of the founding therapists for the NICU graduate follow up clinic is also a certified educator of Infant massage. She has two daughters, Laura who has a 's of Divinity and is currently at VCU doing a social work degree and Julia who has started at CC. Her older daughter is legally blind from birth and received various therapy through EI and school, so she has lots of first hand experience on the other side as well. loves working with children and families to help them through their challenges and joys of raising children with special needs. Cherie studied Speech-Language Pathology and Social Work at Texas Christian University. She then earned her of Science Communication Disorders at The University of Texas at Dallas. She has primarily worked with students aged 1 their homes, schools