Michelle Mauro, OTR/L

20520_Spots_Michelle_096Michelle received her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at New York University and a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from Pennsylvania State University. She helps with CEU development at SPOTS and also works full time at the Quad Preparatory School.

In her free time, Michelle enjoys taking yoga classes and dancing. She feels it is important to move our bodies in different ways and have fun doing so!

What do you love about being an OT?

“I am passionate about constantly furthering my knowledge in many areas of pediatric OT practice to provide the best intervention for my clients. For example, I am very interested in understanding the retention of reflexes and how it impacts a child’s ability to function, as well as programs that assist in reflex integration, such as Rhythmic Movement Training. I love seeing how programs like these can have a positive impact on a child’s daily life.”

Michelle can be contacted at: michelle.mauroot@gmail.com