What is Occupational Therapy?


Occupational Therapy helps children (and adults) improve their sensory, cognitive, physical or motor skills in addition to addressing the social, psychological or environmental factors that may affect a child’s development. Occupational therapists focus on helping to develop independents with daily activities such as playing, eating, dressing, practicing handwriting, or maintaining balance. Our occupational therapist might work with you and your child on:

  • ​Pre-writing skills
  • Cognitive skills
  • Sensory Integration
  • Fine motor skills - such as grasping a toy or pencil
  • Balance and coordination
  • Assessing equipment needs or adjusting equipment
  • Visual motor skills
  • Daily routines – including bathing, dressing, brushing teeth, etc.
  • Feeding techniques
  • Oral motor coordination
  • Education for caregiver and/or parent
​Additionally, the OT may also identify potential areas of concern and consult with other medical or school professionals about the areas of concern or the child's service plan. If you feel that your child may be falling behind in any of his or her skills please contact our OT, see below for their contact information. For more general information about OT and to see if maybe your child may benifit please feel free to reach out directly to our OT.





Alison Laskay - OT
License #:OT60870865
Bio

I was born and raised on Long Island in New York. I moved to Washington after working as a traveling occupational therapist for two years. In my spare time I enjoy traveling, mountain biking, hiking, skiing, running, indoor rock climbing, and painting. 

 
Education & Training 

I graduated cum laude from Geneseo State University in Geneseo, NY in 2014 with a degree in English Literature. Following that, I attended D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY and graduated magna cum laude with my Masters in Occupational Therapy in 2017. Throughout my time in grad school, I provided respite services to parents of developmentally disabled children in their homes. I jumped right into the traveling therapy industry immediately after passing my OT boards in 2017, which has led me on many adventures in Oregon, New Mexico, California, Washington and the surrounding states. It has also helped me gain occupational therapy experience in a variety of settings such as school based, hospital, skilled nursing, and outpatient services, as well as working as a director of rehab in the skilled nursing setting.

(360) 363-4234

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Rayme Rogge - OT
License #: OT60996458
Bio

Hello All- I was born and raised in the Everett area, and am a PNW girl at heart! After living in Pennsylvania for the past two years and Bellingham before that, I am excited to be back to my roots. I am passionate about being outside, gardening, snowboarding, surfing and picking fruit. I love working with children of all different abilities, which lead me to a career as an occupational therapist, and I am looking forward to serving your family. 

Education & Training 

My formal education started at Western Washington University, where I received my bachelor’s of science in kinesiology pre-health. I continued on to receive my masters of occupational therapy from Messiah College. During my master’s education, I completed internships in two placements, including a school for children with moderate to severe Autism Spectrum Disorder. For the past six years, l have worked with children with a variety of diagnosis, with a strong focus on working with children with ASD, behavioral disorders, and intellectual disabilities. This includes formal jobs as a certified nursing assistant, full time OT undergraduate intern, behavioral technician implementing ABA, camp unit leader, and less formally as a nanny. My educational and additional experience has led to a combined sensory and behavioral approach, to support your child or teens growth towards their greatest potential. I am excited to partner with you and your family, to help with your child’s daily needs or what we OT’s like to call “occupations”! 

(360) 363-4234

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Breanna Mosebach, COTA/L - Certified Parent Coach®
License #: OC60507421
Bio

I was born and raised in Everett, Washington and couldn't imagine living anywhere else. I’m the oldest of three kids which plays true to my nature. In 2013 I married my husband and in the years following we had two crazy and wild kids that keep us on our toes everyday. I’m a very outgoing person that loves life and spends any extra time staying active, baking or spending time outdoors.

Education & Training 

In 2014 I graduated from Lake Washington Institute of Technology in the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program. Since then, I’ve been working in the Occupational Therapy field, specializing in Pediatrics and have also been apart of the LWTECH advisory board, acting as a sounding board for any upcoming changes and advancements in our field. In 2017, I graduated from The Parent Coaching Institute in Seattle, WA and became a Certified Parent Coach. With gaining that knowledge, I decided to open my own practice, Intuitive Parenting LLC and started helping families outside of my work in Occupational Therapy. Prior to my OT and Parent Coaching work, I was a CNA that worked with the Geriatric and Mental Health population. As you can tell, I love seeing people grow. Helping them learn to be as indpendent as possible and find their own voice is my passion.

(360) 363-4234

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Staci Cetina - COTA/L
License #:OC60985987
Bio

Hello. Thanks for taking the time to get to know me. 17 years ago, my husband, then 2-year-old daughter and I moved from Milwaukee, WI to Seattle to be closer to family. We soon added another daughter to our mix and for the next 15 years I was a stay-at home mom. I spent those years volunteering in my girl’s class rooms and teaching Junior Achievement during their elementary years. As my daughters grew, I began to explore “what I wanted to be when I ‘grew up.’” One of my daughters has received OT services to aid in sensory processing and we immediately saw the benefits after just a few sessions. When considering my career choices, I was immediately drawn to occupational therapy. When not working, I enjoy reading, spending time with friends and family, hiking/walking outdoors and knitting.

Education & Training 

Initially, I received my BA from Beloit College in Beloit, WI in 1995. After working in the corporate world in convention and trade show management and being a stay-at-home mom, I graduated in June, 2019 from Lake Washington Institute of Technology Occupational Therapy Assistant Program. The primary focus of my fieldwork experience was with clients with ASD, whether that was in the school, post-transition, or in a pediatric clinic. All of this experience has provided me with the knowledge and skill to address fine motor, gross motor, sensory, and adaptive/compensatory strategies to assist the needs of your child. Seeing your child/teen grow to be as independent as possible in their daily tasks is my goal.

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