Corbin is a national board certified and registered occupational therapist with advanced training and certification in Ayres Sensory Integration intervention and assessment. She has an innate abilitiy to connect with children and has been working with children with disabilities since 2009. She received her Master’s in Occupational Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina and has since worked in an array of pediatric treatment settings including clinic-based, school-based, in-home, and telehealth. Her clients know her as nurturing, high-spirited, friendly, energetic, and patient.
Corbin believes in a relationship-based approach as she provides education and training to parents, caregivers, and teachers for each individual child's needs. She passionatly supports the development of her client’s social emotional skills, including self-esteem, play skills, and social skills with specialty training in Social Thinking® and DIR/Floortime. Additionally, she enjoys providing feeding therapy for children with oral motor delays or just “picky eaters,” with advanced training in the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding.
Additional training includes: Therapeutic Listening, Astronaut Training, Bal-A-Vis-X, Handwriting Without Tears, Visual-Vestibular Integration, Reflex Integration, and Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT).
Caroline is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist with a passion for working with children and helping them reach their full potential. She holds a Master's degree in Occupational Therapy from Quinnipiac University and is Sensory Integration certified through the University of Southern California (USC).
Caroline works with children of various ages, from infants to teenagers, supporting children with a variety of needs including global delays, sensory processing differences, feeding difficulties, reflex integration, and social emotional challenges.
In addition to her certification in Sensory Integration, Caroline has completed several specialized trainings. She holds her Advanced Practice in Swallowing Assessment, Evaluation & Intervention (SWC) and is trained in the "SOS Approach to Feeding," allowing her to support children with feeding difficulties and expand their dietary repertoires. Caroline is also trained in the "Handwriting Without Tears" program, empowering her to assist children in developing legible and efficient handwriting skills through a multi-sensory approach. Furthermore, Caroline has completed the STAR Institute Level 1 Intensive Mentorship program, which has further enhanced her expertise in sensory integration therapy and deepened her understanding of the sensory needs of children.
Caroline believes in a family-centered approach, involving parents and caregivers in the therapy process to ensure continuity and maximize progress. She is known for her compassionate nature, excellent communication skills, and ability to build strong rapport with her young clients and their families.
Our family has worked with Corbin for years. We first met her when my son was 2 (currently 8.5). She has watched our son grow up, gain a baby sister and baby brother, start school, change schools, and move. She has been flexible with family changes and really been our sons rock (mine too- cuz mom life is tough) throughout it all.
Our son always loved his sessions and had such an amazing connection with Corbin, our daughter requested sessions with her as well!
I’ll forever be grateful for the confidence Corbin has given my son and daughter (currently 6yo), the guidance she’s given us all and mostly the love and grace she exudes every single time we see her. Her kindness alone makes this world better, and I couldn’t think of a better person to help guide your child (and you) through challenges.