Stefanie, OTD, OTR/L
Dr. Stefanie Logue, OTD, OTR/L graduated with her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy in 2004 and then also graduated with her Doctorate Degree in Occupational Therapy in 2007 from Chatham University in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. With her doctorate, Stefanie has been helping children succeed in meeting their daily occupations (play, school, and self-help skills). She has been working with early intervention, preschool, and school age children for the last twelve years.
Dr. Logue is trained to address sensory processing dysfunction, difficulties with behavioral modulation and emotional regulation, delays in play and/or social skills, autism, poor coordination, feeding issues, self-help skills, poor handwriting, and visual motor/perceptual difficulties. During her evaluation, treatment, and parent education process she places a large emphasis on motor development and sensory integration approach to practice. Stefanie is very interested in treating children with feeding difficulties and has training in the SOS Approach to Feeding. She also attends continuing education classes several times a year to make sure she is up to date with the latest occupational therapy treatment approaches and research. Dr. Logue is also a mother to three young children at home.