Dr. Amanda is an OT practitioner with a post-professional doctorate degree in health science. She holds active licenses to practice in Florida, California, and Texas. Her clinical experience includes working with children and adults in school-based, hospital, home health, outpatient, prescribed pediatric extended care (PPEC), and telehealth settings. Her treatment approach is integrative and guided by theories of neurodiversity, sensory integration, cognitive-behavioral, and occupation-based coaching.
Dr. Amanda is dedicated to serving the profession of occupational therapy through her work as a Clinical/Fieldwork Educator, former Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) pediatric and school-based practice content, and guest lecturer for professional OT continuing education, NSU honors undergraduate, and graduate occupational therapy courses. She currently serves as an OT practice representative to the Roster of Accreditation Evaluators (RAE) for the 2020-2023 term.
OT School House
A discussion on the role of OT in preschool and
the unique setting of a
multidisciplinary education and training center
on a Univesity campus.