With Our Senior Therapists
Speech, occupational, and physical therapy consultations for children of all ages
Our Senior Therapists
If you have questions about your child’s development, please identify your child’s PRIMARY area of need and schedule a consultation with the appropriate specialist.
Speech Language Pathologist
(children ages 0-3)
Maura Watts earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Western Washington University in 2011 and a Master of Arts in Speech Language Pathology from Washington State University in 2014. She has been a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association since 2015. Maura has a passion for using routines based intervention and parent coaching to address a variety of communication disorders in young children. Her professional interests include assessment, Family Guided Routines Based Intervention, autism spectrum disorder and clinical supervision. Maura has received training in DIR/Floortime, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and Hodson (Cycles Approach). Parent education is a key component within every treatment session, as Maura believes parents are every child’s greatest advocates.
Speech Language Pathologist
(children ages 3-18)
Renee Martinez received a Bachelors of Science degree in Human Development and Family Sciences in 2012 from the University of Texas at Austin and a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in 2015. She strongly believes in treating each child using a holistic approach and working with a multidisciplinary team. She enjoys developing strong relationships with each family to build up their confidence in their abilities to be the catalyst for changes in their children’s development. Her professional interests include, treating neurological based conditions, feeding intervention, sensory integration, and parent coaching in early intervention. Additionally, she enjoys volunteering in her local community.
Carrie Griep received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology-Pre Physical Therapy in 2011, and a Doctorate degree of Physical Therapy from the University of California, San Francisco and San Francisco State University in 2014. Growing up as a daughter of a special education teacher for infants and toddlers, Carrie was exposed to early intervention at a young age and the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration to promote a child’s growth. In 2014, Carrie performed research to further investigate pediatric impact concession and vestibular therapies relation to ADD and ADHD, which ignited per passion to further pursue working with clients with neurological impairments. Carrie’s vast experience encompasses primarily working in early intervention with children 0-3 years, in a home, school and clinic environment specializing in the treatment of neurological conditions. Carrie specializes in treatment of neuromuscular dysfunctions through Myofascial Release. Carrie truly believes in empowering and educating parents and caregivers, to promote life-long functional independence for their child.