Educational Workshops & INservices 

Give a man a fish and you’ll feed him for a day.

Teach a man to fish, and you’ll feed him for a lifetime.

A huge part of being an occupational therapist is educating our clients & communities.


We believe that education is power, and the more our communities understand how children who have unique challenges operate, the better equipped they are to support them. 


We have experience leading workshops for teachers (of all grade levels), parents, speech pathologist, physical therapist, psychologist, doctors, and learning specialist. 


Additionally we have had the opportunity to present at the Georgia Branch of the International Dyslexia Association and the Childhood Council Kallah, and for the Norcross Chamber of Commerce and the Amit Program. 


We are always looking for new opportunities to share our passion of sensory processing, motor development, and self regulation - no matter what profession or community you are apart of. 


Interested in scheduling a workshop or having me to speak at a conference? Let’s talk about it!

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"Michaelene has a very sweet, kind demeanor. Her communication style puts teachers and parents at ease. You leave each visit with her understanding the developmental needs of each child, as well as, tips to use at home and school. She is very accessible and responsive to each family and teacher.

Michaelene is a natural when interacting with children and has a way of leading them into a play based therapy in their natural classroom environment. She is passionate about OT and it shows in her work. We continue to find new ways together to serve children and families, improving the development of each child.

I highly recommend her services and company."


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5655 Peachtree Parkway Norcross, GA 30092 Suite 117

photography by Lydia Chang