Photo of girl with long blonde hair wearing a grey tshirt and black pants and holding a coffee mug. She is sitting on a dock and has two black dogs on either side of her.

Christine graduated from The College of St Scholastica with her Master’s in Occupational Therapy in 2014. She has worked in pediatric OT since beginning her career. She has experience in outpatient settings, Birth to Three, Autism clinic, and school settings. Christine has a passion for helping families support their children. She has additional training in specific programs including Sequential Oral Sensory Approach to Feeding, Floortime, Zones of Regulation, Masgutova Reflex Integration, Handwriting Without Tears, and Integrated Listening Systems. She is familiar and comfortable with treating children with a wide range of diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, genetic conditions, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, low muscle tone, developmental delay, fine motor delay, Sensory Processing Disorder, behavioral disorders, visual disorders, and ADHD. Christine is looking forward to progressing her experience and knowledge of hippotherapy and animal assisted therapy through working with Nature’s Edge and completing the AHA training. Christine also continues to work in Prairie Farm School District as an OT.

Christine grew up in northwestern Wisconsin and has always been heavily immersed in the outdoors from a young age. Her dad is a wildlife biologist and this allowed her the opportunity to experience the outdoors from a unique perspective as a child. Christine enjoys hunting of all kinds, trout fishing, bass fishing, photography, gardening, quilting, and reading. She currently lives outside of New Auburn with her boyfriend of 12 years, their two English Setters, a cat, and homing pigeons