Carrie Beiter, OTR
Carrie has been practicing occupational therapy since earning her Bachelor of Science degree from Temple University in 1998. She has over 25 years of experience in a number of areas including evaluation and treatment of children with a variety of disabilities in clinic, school and hospital based settings.
Carrie is certified in Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT), Interactive Metronome (IM), The Listening Program (TLP) and the inTime programs.
Carrie is also a Level 1 certified therapist by the American Hippotherapy Association. In addition, she has received training in multiple other areas including Brain Gym, NDT, Zones of Regulation, Handwriting Without Tears, Loops and Other Groups, and craniosacral therapy.
Carrie has been recently named to New Jersey Family’s “NJ Favorite Kids’ Docs and Exceptional Healthcare Providers”. Readers of the magazine nominate the professionals on the list they deem as “exceptional”.
After 25+ years working as an occupational therapist, Carrie continues to be
passionate about and dedicated to a career she truly loves. She enjoys not only working with children, but also collaborating with parents, teachers and other professionals who are involved in the well being of these children.
In addition to her work as an occupational therapist, Carrie enjoys spending time with her family, including her husband Eric, daughter McKenna, son Nolan, her two dogs Hope and Luna, and her horse Zucchini. Her favorite hobbies are horseback riding, hiking, kayaking and running.
"I can’t say enough about the level of care and attention that Carrie has given to my son. She quickly developed a supportive relationship and environment with him while maintaining expectations, and significantly improved his behavior and motor skills. Her knowledge of the sensory "world” was invaluable to us. Most importantly, our son looked forward to all his sessions with her."