Teri Jetter, MS, OTR/L
Director of Sensory Solutions
Teri graduated from San Jose State University’s Occupational Therapy Masters of Science Program in 1995. She has completed extensive continuing education and training in the areas of integration of sensory and motor systems, sensory regulation, oral motor development, visual processing, ocular motor development, fine motor, gross motor development, feeding challenges, and handwriting techniques. Professionally, Teri has nearly 20 years of pediatric experience providing intervention and consultation in private clinic settings, school-based settings, and in-home settings. Teri has a special interest in building relationships with kids and their families and providing much-needed support, resources, and education to families.
Kirsi Niva, MS, OTR/L
Kirsi received her bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy in Finland in 1999. She has lived in the Bay Area since 2006 and graduated from San Jose State University’s Occupational Therapy Masters of Science Program in 2011. Kirsi has worked with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Developmental Delays, Down Syndrome, ADHD, and sensory processing difficulties. She has continuing education and training in the areas of sensory integration, therapeutic listening, feeding therapy, and pediatric yoga. Kirsi is very passionate about working with children and their families. She strongly believes in play-based occupational therapy, teamwork, and collaboration with families. In her spare time, Kirsi enjoys hiking with her husband and their chocolate Labrador retriever. Also, she likes traveling and spending time with their daughters when they come home from college.
Elaine Tsang, MS, OTR/L
Elaine has been a pediatric occupational therapist since 2000. She received her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University. Her previous experience includes evaluation and treatment for children with a variety of motor and sensory challenges across many settings. She is experienced in working with children with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, Developmental Coordination Disorder, and feeding difficulties. Elaine has practiced occupational therapy in hospitals, schools, California Children’s Services, and private practice. Through continuing education courses, Elaine has become trained in multiple areas including, Rhythmic Movement, Brain Gym, The Listening Program, Handwriting Without Tears, and Interactive Metronome. Elaine spent 10 years as an ex-pat in Beijing where she worked in international schools and international hospitals. When she finds spare time she enjoys planning trips, running, reading, and spending time with her husband and 2 kids. Elaine especially enjoys her role in making a difference in the lives of those children and families she works with.
Jessica Macey, MS, OTR/L
Jessica is a licensed and certified occupational therapist who received her Master's in Occupational Therapy from San Jose State University. She was born and raised in the Bay area and has experience working with kids with special needs at a local non-public school. She has been a part of the Sensory Solutions team for over 3 years, working as Teri’s office manager and then completing her level II fieldwork at the clinic. She is very excited to begin this new chapter of her career at Sensory Solutions. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family. She is looking forward to connecting with families and offering support and education to improve engagement and enjoyment in life’s meaningful occupations.
Dana Wagner, MS RD IBCLC
Dana received her bachelor’s in dietetics from the University of Maryland and her dietetics training at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore. She has a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Maryland. Dana has worked as a dietitian in long-term care and adult daycare but has spent the majority of her career working with families and young children with the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). In 2005, Dana became an international board-certified lactation consultant (IBCLC). At WIC, Dana has worked as a clinical dietitian, lactation consultant, and supervisor. For the last 8 years, she has been the Assistant Director for the Community Bridges WIC Program where she has overseen the nutrition education and breastfeeding curricula and supervised a staff of 20. Dana has expertise in counseling techniques that lead to behavior change and working with parents of children with picky eating habits. Her goal is to help families understand the dynamics and challenges that disrupt healthy eating behavior and to guide parents in developing a supportive mealtime environment that fosters optimal nutritional status and development in the child.
Megan Seto, MS, OTR/L
Megan is a licensed and registered occupational therapist who received her Master's of Occupational Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2013. Including her field works in North Carolina at an outpatient pediatric clinic, Emerge – A Child's Place and University of North Carolina (UNC) Hospitals in Acute Child Psychiatry, Megan has over 13 years of pediatric work and volunteer experiences with a wide variety of diagnoses (Autism, Sensory Processing, and Integration disorders, Psychiatric disorders, Intellectual Disability, Developmental Delays), ages, and settings (preschools, elementary schools, daycare, outpatient, inpatient). In her free time, Megan enjoys cooking, eating out, painting, crafting, and spending time with her husband and their two cats, Cornelius and Tabitha. As an occupational therapist, Megan strives to facilitate self-discovery and empowerment in her clients through building strong, trusting therapeutic rapport and the use of client-centered interventions. It is very important to her that her clients feel worthy, valued, and successful.
Matt Testa, MS, OTR/L
Matt graduated graduatedwith both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in occupational therapy from San Jose State University. He was born and raised in the Bay Area and strives to give back to his community whenever he can. Matt has spent his career in pediatrics, working both in the homes of his clients and in outpatient clinic settings. He has worked with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delays, Chromosomal Abnormalities, ADHD, and Sensory Processing Disorder. He has continuing education and training in Ayer’s Sensory Integration through the University of Southern California, feeding therapy, primitive reflexes, Handwriting Without Tears, Zones of Regulation, and the Therapeutic Listening Program. Matt believes deeply in the client-therapist and family-therapist relationship. He feels this relationship builds trust and allows for the best outcomes in the therapeutic process. He likes the therapy process to be collaborative with his clients, ultimately building skills and confidence to allow for his clients to pursue their interests. Matt enjoys spending his free time with his wife, daughter, and extended family. Together, they enjoy spending time in nature hiking, skiing, fishing, being at the beach, and wine tasting.
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