Specializes in providing client-centered and evidenced-based therapy interventions to children and adolescents, focusing on implementing sensory-based movement strategies in order to improve behavioral and emotional regulation
KayLeigh joined Christian Family Solutions in 2020. She received her Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science (BSRS) as well as her Master’s in Occupational Therapy from Concordia University-Wisconsin in Mequon, WI. Prior to joining Christian Family Solutions, KayLeigh worked with children and young adults on the autism spectrum, in which she implemented Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) interventions. These interventions focused on improving social, communication, and self-help skills in order to maximize independence. KayLeigh strives to enhance the lives of clients by fostering hope and empowerment through participation in purposeful occupations to fulfill engagement in meaningful life roles.