We are licensed occupational therapists and craniosacral therapists who provide compassionate care through a gentle, hands-on approach with our pediatric patients.
Your child is the boss! We gauge the pace of our sessions based on what is most comfortable for your child. We pay attention to their needs and follow their lead.
We are heart centered, come from a place of love, empowerment, and compassion, and practice kindness first. We will help you find a path forward.
It all starts with the warm and welcoming feel of our facility. Our patients feel like they are at home, rather than at the doctor’s office. Our lobby and treatment rooms are colorful and inviting and our sensory room is fun and exciting.
Meet Our Team
We are committed to helping children struggling with eating, breastfeeding, and sensory issues achieve normal functioning skills
OTRL, CST-D, NDT, Founder
Magda has more than 20 years of experience as a licensed occupational therapist. Magda has a Diplomate (advanced) certification in craniosacral therapy through the Upledger Institute.
She is certified in neurodevelopmental techniques, is an expert in the treatment of children with breastfeeding and other feeding issues, and is certified in therapeutic listening. Magda has extensive training in feeding issues and is trained in tethered oral tissues, SOS Approach, Beckman Protocol, Talk Tools, Nomas, mealtime misery, AFRID, and Tethered Oral Tissues Specialty (TOTS) Training®
Magda has lectured and presented on a variety of topics, including craniosacral therapy, oral motor skills, picky eating, and sensory issues. Magda is a member of the International Alliance of Healthcare Educators (IAHE) and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).
Magda opened the doors of our beautiful, new location in Farmington Hills, Michigan in May 2021. In her free time, Magda visits her son at Michigan State University and spends time with her two golden retrievers, Zoe and Zane. She loves to laugh and enjoys comedy, has a passion for movies, theater, and concerts, and loves the beach and Mexican food. Magda loves angels, so much so that she collects them; look for them in her office and choose your favorite!
Taylor is an occupational therapist who received her Bachelor of Science at Central Michigan University and then went on to pursue her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at Wayne State University.
Taylor has experience working with both children and adults in various settings, but she has always had a passion for working in the pediatric outpatient setting using a sensory play-based approach. She has experience working with children with a variety of diagnoses, including autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, auditory processing disorder, ADD, ADHD, and sensory processing disorder.
Taylor is certified in Therapeutic Listening, Astronaut Training, and Tethered Oral Tissues Specialty (TOTS) Training® and is trained in Craniosacral Therapy.
Her most recent continuing education and clinical experience has been focused in the following areas: sensory integration, emotional-regulation and behavior, oral motor development, picky eating, DIR/Floortime, SOS feeding, and visual perceptual and motor deficits. Outside of work, Taylor enjoys reading in her hammock, exercising, playing with her two golden retrievers, and spending time with her nephew (whenever she can fly out to Colorado).
Katelyn is a licensed occupational therapist who received her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from Eastern Michigan University. Katelyn also received her Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation.
Katelyn has experience working with pediatrics in clinical, school, and home-based settings. Her most recent clinical experience has focused on educational goals including fine motor skills, such as writing and cutting, along with life skills, such as dressing.
She has experience working with children with a variety of diagnoses, including autism spectrum disorder, seizure disorders, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, developmental delay, cognitive disorders, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and musculoskeletal impairments.
Katelyn has a passion for helping her clients meet their functional goals while incorporating leisure and fun into therapy. In her free time, Katelyn enjoys reading, watching movies, exercising, wake surfing on the lake, and playing golf. Katelyn loves spending time with her friends and family, especially her three dogs: Abby, Rudy and Bella!
Gina has worked in the medical field as a medical receptionist and patient liaison for more than 30 years. She attended Oakland Community College for medical terminology.
She previously worked in family practice and the cancer field and has a working knowledge of medical terminology and HIPAA regulations. Gina is detailed oriented, a multitasker, and loves interacting with people. She provides great customer service and can help you with any questions you have regarding our office, scheduling, insurance, and billing questions.
One of her goals every day is to make a difference in people’s lives and she’s glad that she can do that working in the medical field as a medical receptionist. Gina was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, and moved to Michigan in 1985. She has four grown children and seven grandchildren. Gina loves to line dance, read her Bible, collect angels, and spend time with her family.
Our mission is to offer families a warm and supportive environment where they can learn about their child’s developmental needs and how to nurture their child’s capacity to succeed through occupational and craniosacral therapy. Our aim is to help children reach their potential by treating the whole child using techniques learned from experience and directed by evidence-based practices.
Our philosophy centers on the idea that children learn about their environment and how to exist within their environment by playing and interacting with their surroundings. We believe it is critical to make therapy as fun and motivating as possible.
We honor that each child is a member of a family unit where parents, siblings, and extended family each influence the child’s experiences.
We value honesty and creativity and we respect the patients, therapists, partners, and community we serve.
We strive to continually improve our state-of-the-art clinic and to create a practice model that both parents and therapists love. We believe the clinic should be an educational resource to provide the community with direct access to the latest research and developments in pediatric habilitative and rehabilitative services.