CEO and Founder/ Occupational Therapist
Courtney completed her undergraduate degree in Social Work from McGill University. Following her graduation, she pursued her Masters degree in Occupational Therapy (OT) at the University of Toronto. Upon completion of her degree in 2014, Courtney moved back home to Montreal to pursue her passion to work in pediatrics. Eager to enter the workforce, she reached out to various schools around the city inquiring about their current knowledge and experience with OT's. Courtney soon discovered the gap in services for elementary aged children in the school system. Courtney began working as an independent Occupational Therapist at various schools in the Montreal area. To further solidify her knowledge, she also began to work part-time at a pediatric clinic, specializing with children with developmental delays and/or autism. After 2 years at the clinic, Courtney began to work at the Jewish General Hospital where she gained experience in various settings such as Acute care, Adult psychiatry, and Child psychiatry. Courtney's diverse professional experience has allowed her to build a practice that addresses the unique needs of our clients to help them maximize their potential.
Member of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists
Member of Ordre des Ergotherapeutes du Quebec (OEQ).
Trained in the ‘Handwriting Without Tears’ program
Trained in sensory integration
Samantha Spector is a licensed occupational therapist with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and a Master’s degree in occupational therapy from McGill University. She has experience treating clients of all ages, with a variety of conditions, including mental and physical health challenges. Sam believes in working hand in hand with her clients and providing the proper tools in order to promote children’s participation, independence, and well-being in their meaningful daily activities in their community, at home, and at school. She had the opportunity to solidify her pediatric knowledge by completing her clinical placements at MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre and at Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board, as well as working with children with behavioural difficulties at an early childhood centre. When she is not working with pediatric clients, she works at the Jewish General Hospital with an adult mental health clientele. Sam spends her spare time with family and friends, eating, experimenting in the kitchen, and traveling.