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Indira Sengupta, OTD, OTR/L

Indira holds a clinical doctorate in occupational therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. She is passionate about helping children develop independence and
confidence through play, utilizing creative approaches to encourage engagement. She has worked with children and families who have diverse needs such as
autism, ADHD, cerebral palsy, dyspraxia, executive functioning, emotional regulation, fine motor, visual motor, and sensory processing differences. Indira is
trained in the Zones of Regulation and Alert programs, which focus on promoting self-awareness, regulation, and overall well-being through tailored strategies. She has experience utilizing the Handwriting Without Tears and Social Thinking curriculums to further assist children in achieving their full potential.


As a pediatric occupational therapist with a keen interest in sensory integration,Indira is actively pursuing advanced training through The Sensory Treatment AndResearch (STAR) Institute, the premier treatment, research, and education centerfor children and adults with Sensory Processing Disorder. She is committed tocontinually expanding her knowledge and skill set to provide quality support forchildren and their families.

How many people can say they go to work and get to play all day?! It is such ajoy to guide kids on their developmental journeys and watch their individualpersonalities shine through as they grow (literally and figuratively). I feel sofortunate to be able to partner with families to help their children thrive.”~Indira


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