Brittany received her Masters of Occupational Therapy from Columbia University and her Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology and Human Development from Connecticut College.  Brittany works part-time at SPOTS as well as at Columbia Presbyterian hospital in acute inpatient rehabilitation. Brittany has worked extensively with children in the past including at an inclusive pre-school program and at High Hopes Therapeutic Horseback Riding Center in their autism immersion program and summer camp.

In her free time, Brittany enjoys rock-climbing, hiking, roasting coffee, and enjoying time with friends.

What do you like about being an OT?

“I enjoy working at SPOTS and using my creativity and understanding of children to help the kids I work with develop the skills needed for everyday life.  I find meaning in fostering positive self-esteem through achievable activities that are fun and engaging.”

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