Who We Are
Our goal is to provide occupational therapy services nurturing the mind, body, and spirit of individuals and families to enhance one’s ability to participate in everyday activities. We are committed to providing quality client-centered care focusing on the individual’s strengths and empowering families and communities through education, advocacy, and support. We believe that everyone deserves to thrive.
Sally Stauffer, MOTR/L
Sally Stauffer, MOTR/L, earned a BA from Pacific University and a Masters of Occupational Therapy degree at Pacific University. She has worked with children and young adults with a variety of special needs since 1998 in diverse settings including residential treatment, in-patient hospital rehab, outpatient clinic, and school and home settings. She enjoys teaching life skills and has specialized training in working with individuals with Asperger's Syndrome. Other specialty interests include trauma exposure, executive skill challenges, diverse mental health conditions and accommodating non-traditional learners in educational settings. Sally uses a strength-based approach to see the best in everyone and strives to empower individuals to see and fulfill their potential.
Erin Taylor, MOTR/L
Erin Taylor, MOTR/L, joined Thrive Therapeutics in June 2019. Erin earned a BS from University of California, Davis and a Masters of Occupational Therapy degree at Pacific University in 2007. As the mother of boy/girl twins, Erin brings a solid understanding of child development and first hand knowledge of the value of early intervention and the importance of family-based support. She brings to the practice well-balanced skills with training in mental, physical and cognitive rehabilitation and has worked with individuals across the lifespan in a variety of settings. Erin is passionate about sensory integration and uses a strength-based, client-centered approach to individualize treatment goals to enhance wellness, balance, and participation in desired activities and roles. As an award-winning athlete, Erin uses this discipline, as well as breath work, movement, and mindfulness, to structure routines and set goals to help her clients always be their best.