Carrie Comstock,

Occupational Therapist

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    Carrie has been practicing as an occupational therapist since 2016. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Health Science and her Master of Occupational Therapy from the University of Florida. After graduation she moved to Austin. She has worked with a wide range of diagnoses in pediatrics in outpatient care, home health, and school visits. Carrie strives to use a neurodiversity-affirming and strengths-based approach in her practice. Her passion for pediatrics led her early in her career to seek out opportunities to become an expert in pediatric needs, for the child and the family.

    These experiences include:

    • Level 1 Intensive Mentorship at STAR Institute for SPD
    • DIR 101: Introduction to Floortime Course
    • Pediatric NDT Intensive Handling Course  
    • The Get Permission Approach to Anxious Eaters/Anxious Meal Times
    • Feeding Matters: 8th International Pediatric Feeding Disorder Conference                  
    • Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Current Understanding and Treatment
    • The Heart of Learning: Using Relationships to Create Safe Learning Environments
    • Leveraging Understanding from Emerging Adults with Developmental Learning Disorders in Guiding Occupational Therapy Practice
    • TBRI 101 Trust Based Relationship Intervention 
    • Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics
    • Best Practices for Implementing Interoception Based Supports                                  
    • Theory of OWN Mind: How to Help Neurodiverse Learners Become the Manager of Their Own Emotions
    • Unsafe, Unheard and Misunderstood: Trauma from Being Atypical Living in a Typical World
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