ABM – NeuroMovement Professional
Julie is an occupational therapist in private practice specializing in pediatrics since 2010. It has always been her goal to have her own private practice for children. Dynamic OT is a reflection of her love of neuromovement in combination with more traditional aspects of occupational therapy. Bringing an unique, progressive perspective in combination with her positive energy and fun. As an occupational therapist, she can also provide evaluations, identify goals, and bill insurance.
Julie earned her bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy in 1995 from the University of Southern California. She is a member of the AOTA, NBCOT, and the Alaska occupational therapy association.
Julie is very excited to share her knowledge and passion of the Anat Baniel Method. She graduated from ABM basic training in 2007 and went on take all Mastery Trainings in Anti-Aging and Vitality, High Performance and the Children’s Mastery series. Since finishing her training, she has continued with her education by volunteering and support staff for other trainings and for the last four years taking supervisory trainings from Sylvia Shordedike, ABM Neuromovement Practitioner.
Anat Baniel Method for children
ABM Neuromovement is a fantastic approach when working with children. It works well with movement disorders such as but not limited to; cerebral palsy, brachial plexus, delayed development, and genetic disorders. The ABM approach is equally effective with aneurotypical children (autism, sensory integration dysfunction) that is not often seen as a movement disorder.