Emily Glick, MOT, OTR/L
Specializes in feeding difficulties, infant gross motor development, promoting fine and visual motor skills for early literacy, adapting Ayres Sensory Integration principals into the home and school, emotion regulation, supporting early language development and communication via American Sign Language, autism spectrum disorder, general developmental delays, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and genetic syndromes. Comfortable working with high needs and medically fragile children.
- Sequential-Oral-Sensory (SOS) General Feeding Course in 2023
- Master of Occupational Therapy (M.O.T.) Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO in 2021
- Bachelor of Arts, Speech, Language, & Hearing Science University of Colorado, Boulder, CO in 2018
Licensures and Certifications
- Colorado License in Occupational Therapy
- NBCOT Certification in Occupational Therapy
Emily is an experience occupational therapist, driven by her ability to seek opportunity in every difficulty. By analyzing and breaking down everyday tasks, she helps families to transform daily routines into engaging, enjoyable moments. As an introvert at heart, Emily connects deeply with clients, emphasizing what matters to them. Her firm belief in holistic therapy, where she considers the whole child and family unit is fueled by her empathetic nature, where she empowers families by listening to their unique life experiences and stories. Emily’s creative and playful spirit motivates her clients, while their resilience inspires her commitment to their growth and healing.