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Patti Price (administrative assistant)

Patti attended Walla Walla Community College and completed an Associate’s Degree in Office Administration specializing in Medical/ Clinical Administration. Patti has experience working in managerial office environments for both non- profit and for profit organizations. Patti has a passion for working with families and spent 19 years at Boyer Children’s Clinic, she was excited to bring her experience to Kids at Play Therapy which is closer to home. Patti’s organizational skills facilitate the coordination of schedules and assist families in getting established with therapy services. When not at work Patti enjoys spending time with her family.

Olivia (Occupational Therapist)

Olivia holds a Bachelor of Science in Child Development (Honors Scholar, summa cum laude) and a Master of Occupational Therapy, both from Texas Woman’s University. She has experience in outpatient pediatrics and outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation. She is Basic Provider-certified in DIR Floortime and has special interests in Autism, ADHD, and executive functioning. She enjoys partnering with families to meet children where they are at to holistically meet their needs. When not working Olivia can be found spending time with her family. 

Leiali’i (Lei) (Occupational Therapist)

Lei obtained her Bachelor of Science in Health Psychology from Andrews University in 2018 and graduated with her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from Methodist University in 2021. Lei is a military brat who has lived across the Southeastern United States and Central America. Lei is fluent in Spanish and enjoys connecting and providing bilingual services. Pediatrics truly is the best and she feels it’s an environment where she is constantly challenged, motivated to learn, and never grow too big to have fun! Her passion lies in meeting families wherever they are, being a source of encouragement, and helping them to be excited and expectant for their child’s future development. In her free time Lei enjoys traveling, spending time with her family, staying active in the gym, and exploring the PNW.

Nicholas (Nick) (Occupational Therapist)

Nicholas, IMH-E® has worked in Pediatrics for over 20 years in a variety of capacities/settings, including Pediatric Intensive Care, Pediatric Outpatient, Pediatric Pain Clinic, Pediatric Rehab, Child Development, Home Visiting, and Infant/Toddler Mental Health. He was trained in the Healthy Steps approach to family support and was on the first team to facilitate a community-based model for NICU grads.  Nicholas has been passionate about the father-infant relationship and developed programs for Fathers including The DAD Projects (Dads & Development): Fathers & Infants, Toddlers & Fathers, Milk Men: Dads and Breastfeeding Support, and Baseball Tummy Time. He  managed a team of home visitors in AZ s screening children birth to three years of age at risk for developmental delays and assisting families with navigating the Early Intervention systems. As a second career, Nicholas chose to “upgrade” his skills to become a pediatric occupational therapist to join the ranks of those professionals to whom he formerly made referrals.

Nicholas has presented workshops on Fatherhood topics at a number of conferences and has taught continuing education classes on Fatherhood topics at Erikson Institute in Chicago and consulted with the Fussy Baby Program, at Erikson Institute.. He has presented at the Nutrition First Conference for Washington WIC providers on Fathers and Breastfeeding Support. He also teaches Conscious Fathering classes (basic infant care for fathers to be) at Seattle area Swedish Medical Centers and Parent Trust for Washington Children. He is a participant in the Newborn Behavioral International global community of practitioners who work with infants and families using the Brazelton Institute’s NBO/NBAS observation systems. His interests include cooking, hiking, yoga, architectural design, travel, Reiki, a cappella choral singing, medieval Orthodox chant, and crochet (both traditional and Tunisian).

Jenifer (Occupational Therapist)

Jenifer is a native of the pacific northwest and completed her undergraduate studies in biology and graduate studies in rehabilitative medicine at the University of Washington in 2007. Jenifer has a keen interest in physiology, wanting to comprehend the underlying forces that put our bodies at ease or into disease. Her attraction to Occupational Therapy is the holistic view of a person; the focus on a variety of  aspects that impact a persons’ well being as well as the elemental physical processes. This fabulous confluence  of the very small within the big picture is one of the reasons that occupational therapy is such a powerful tool.

The opportunity to work with children is valuable; the chance to assist in shaping young lives, to intervene early, is precious to Jenifer. Often a small adjustment early on in ones path has a profound impact down the line. Jenifer truly enjoy working with children from the wee baby to the teenager, this work is fulfilling and  fun!

Tiffany (Occupational Therapist)

Tiffany graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Hawaii and her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2023. With a passion for working with children of all abilities, she hopes to support their development through meaningful daily activities and play. Tiffany enjoys working in a pediatric setting because it allows her to be creative, playful, and out of the box when thinking of strategies and therapeutic practices to help a child reach their potential.

New to Washington, she is excited to explore all that the PNW has to offer through nature, food, and the community.

Angelina (Occupational Therapist)

Angelina holds a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania and a Master of Occupational Therapy from University of the Sciences in Pennsylvania. The pediatric population is what drew Angelina to the field of occupational therapy because she loves the creative and holistic approach OT has in the medical field. She works with children and their families to help reach maximum potential in their daily routine and activities while having fun! Angelina is new to the Washington area and is excited to explore all the area has to offer. 


Jamie (Occupational Therapy Assistant)

Jamie become interested in occupational therapy early on in high school and pursued this career knowing her passion was to work in a pediatric setting. She is thankful to have been introduced to occupational therapy and strives to support children in reaching their potential everyday. She works with children to build on their strengths and provide them and their families with therapeutic strategies to implement in their everyday life. Jamie strives to engage children in activities that are meaningful to them and their families, she truly values the work she does to support a child’s development. Jamie loves spending time with her own family when not at work having a young child of her own Jamie knows the importance of family.

Sharon (Occupational Therapy Assistant)

Sharon has lived in the Pacific North West for most of her life. She enjoys hiking, camping and supporting her children in all of their chosen activities from horseback riding to soccer. Sharon has a heart for working with children and volunteers with the youth program at her church. She fell in love with pediatric Occupational Therapy when she saw the positive effects it had on two of her sons. Several years later, this led to her pursuing a COTA degree at Green River Collage. Her personal mission is to be a small piece of the puzzle that helps as many children as possible reach their fullest potential.