Anne Bentley Fell, MS, OT
Anne has worked part-time at Pediatric Therapeutics since 1992. She obtained a B.A. degree in Child Study from Tufts University and a Master’s degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University in 1994. Her work experience has been in hospitals (Kessler Institute, Jacobi-Einstein, The Children’s Hospital of Denver, CO, and New York -Presbyterian Hospital), schools, home care, early intervention, and private clinics. Anne’s areas of expertise include treating infants, pre-schoolers and school-age children with movement disorders and sensory processing problems. She is trained in both pediatric and baby neuro-developmental treatment (NDT) and sensory integration, including a semester at the USC/Ayres’ Clinic in California. Other clinical areas of interest include use of Greenspan/floortime techniques, feeding disorders (i.e., chewing problems and picky eaters), therapeutic listening programs for children with auditory sensitivities and attention problems, brain gym, the Alert Program, myofascial release, and cranio-sacral therapy. Anne’s treatment style incorporates collaborating with parents and caregivers to carry over treatment into home and community settings, maximizing a child’s path to wellness.