Christine Moller, M.S., OTR/L


Christine received her Master of Science degree (with distinction) in Occupational Therapy, from Kean University. She has worked in multiple pediatric settings with a varied and extensive caseload including a public school for children with autism spectrum disorders where she conducted evaluations and provided individual, consultative, and group treatment sessions. She has provided Early Intervention therapy in the homes of children under the age of three where she worked closely with family members to provide consisent carryover of treatment. She also spent several years working at a local hospital in its pediatric outpatient clinic. Christine joined the team of therapists at Creative Speech Solutions, LLC in March 2011. Christine has experience working with children from one to 12 years of age. She has treated children with a variety of diagnoses, including autism/PDD, Down Syndrome, global developmental delay, sensory processing disorder, ADHD, ODD, learning disabilities, fractures, upper limb amputation, and cerebral palsy. Christine is qualified to address deficits in the areas of sensory processing, strength, postural control, visual perception, visual motor control, fine motor skills, handwriting, and motor planning. Christine has completed continuing education courses in the areas of sensory processing, modulation disorders, upper extremity splinting, visual perception, visual processing, and the Handwriting Without Tears program. She is an ABT Certified provider of The Listening Program. Christine lives in Fanwood with her husband and two children.



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