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Michelle Bonang, OT, RCYT, is a spirited OT who has embraced holistic treatment techniques, grown overly passionate about nutrition, and has built an immense love for yoga over the lifetime of her career. Michelle received her Masters of Education in Occupational Therapy through Springfield College graduating cum laude in 2001. Michelle has a special interest in Sensory Integration and is certified to administer and interpret the Sensory Integration Praxis Test (SIPT). She is also trained in the Therapeutic Listening® program and received certification through DIR® to provide DIR/Floortime therapy.
Michelle has a passion for complementary alternative medicine and continuously increases her knowledge in this area through courses, webinars and self-teaching. Michelle’s most recent coursework includes: Holistic Occupational Therapy – Mind, Body & Spirit and Introduction to Aromatherapy. She is also trained in Handwriting Without Tears and Radiant Child Yoga® Levels I-III. Michelle has a strong base in nutrition through years of research and assists families with healthy meal planning to support development, attention, focus, anxiety, and sensory integration.
Michelle is a member of The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. (AOTA) and Holistic Occupational Therapy. She has also contributed to an article in ADVANCE for Occupational Therapy Practitioners as well as being a co-writer for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Leader blog. Michelle also provides in-services to pre-school and primary school teachers to educate staff regarding occupational therapy and it’s many levels, when to refer children to OT, sensory integration, and nutrition.