Kristen has a passion for helping the pediatric population participate in their daily routines and meet their full potential. Specifically, Kristen has an interest in working with young clients with neurological impairments, feeding difficulties and developmental delays. She received her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Scranton. She has experience in a variety of treatment settings (inpatient adults and pediatrics, outpatient pediatrics). She is certified in the Sequential Oral Sensory Feeding Approach (SOS Approach) and follows Marsha Dunn Klein’s “Get Permission” Approach to treat children with a variety of feeding difficulties. Kristen believes in a family centered approach, using both home and community resources to promote success in occupational performance. She works with the belief that all children are unique and deserve a personalized, play-based treatment approach to fit their individual needs.