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Mikaila Horan, OTR/L

Registered and Licensed Occupation Therapist

Mikaila has traveled the world and enjoys using her experiences with her patients.  Mikaila Horan graduated from the University of New Hampshire with her Masters of Science in occupational therapy. She has worked in outpatient, home and community settings, from birth to 28 years old. She has worked with kids and adults on the autism spectrum, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, genetic syndromes and other populations with different abilities. Mikaila works with children with feeding issues has experience with the SOS Approach to Feeding. Mikaila lives in Portland with her partner David and loves to climb, hike, backpack and enjoy the PNW. 

Katrina Swarthout, OTR/L

Registered and Licensed Occupation Therapist

Katrina was born and raised in rural New York and completed her Occupational Therapy education from the University at Buffalo in 2018. Much of her professional career was spent in travel therapy along the east coast before relocating to Oregon in 2021. She has experience in a variety of settings from skilled nursing to schools, but is most passionate working in the pediatric population and utilizing creativity to make engaging sessions for kids. Outside the clinic, she enjoys hiking, photography, and painting.

Emily Cebron, OTR/L

Registered and Licensed Occupation Therapist

Emily is a registered and licensed occupational therapist in the beautiful state of Oregon.

Emily has over 6 years of experience as a occupational Therapist with a focus on those with neurological conditions in the acute care setting. She is focused on providing child/family centered care as well as evidence-based practice. Emily's interest is in sensory integration, the development of fine motor skills, integration of retained primitive reflexes, and environmental adaptation to maximize performance. She strives to promote self-efficacy in all of her clients by increasing independence in self-care tasks, play skills, and activities needed for learning. She looks forward to working with parents/caregivers to maximize her client’s progress towards their goals.

When Emily is not working, she enjoys playing ultimate frisbee and disc golf, hanging out with her dogs and cat, eating yummy foods, and knitting. Both disc golf and knitting came about due to lifestyle changes with the pandemic, but she does not plan to stop doing either!

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