Nadia (she/ her) earned a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Puget Sound and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of Washington. She joined the Children’s Therapy of Woodinville team in 2018. Her work is influenced by over 20 years of working with neurodiverse children across many capacities. Passionate about learning, Nadia strives to incorporate new knowledge with family expertise to best support each child. Nadia strives to incorporate compassion, creativity, and input from family and team members into holistic treatment sessions. She believes in the importance of learning through play and encouraging child-directed activities. Nadia has experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, genetic disorders, developmental delays, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. Her professional interests include socio-emotional development, play, executive functioning, kinesthetic learning, and improving sensory processing and integration.
Nadia loves dinosaurs! In her free time, she enjoys exploring her neighborhood while listening to an interesting podcast or audiobook. She loves trivia and trying new recipes for her friends and family.