What We Do

We are a different kind of therapy company! We understand that you, as the parent, are the expert on your child. This is not about the therapist “fixing” your child.  We use an intensive model of occupational therapy involving short bursts of 6 – 8 weeks of focused family-centered therapy for two very important areas.

  • If you have a child who is struggling at school, home or in the community with staying focused and motivated, completing tasks large and small, and managing emotions and relationships, you have a child with executive functioning difficulties. These kiddos tend to fall through the cracks for traditional special education services.
  • If you have a picky eater, or maybe even a more severe “problem feeder”, we understand that this is a whole family issue.

A New Model

Are you fed up with the traditional occupational therapy model of one time per week that doesn’t seem to be making a difference in your child’s life?  You cannot eat healthy or exercise intensely once per week and expect significant change.  It MUST become a habit to stick.  Making changes requires dedication and follow through.  We get it – this is the HARD part of being a parent to a child with varying needs. You want to follow through with the home program daily, but life gets in the way.  We offer a NEW model of therapy: intensive, in your face – but short term!  You want your problems solved quickly and efficiently – and we can do that!

Our Services

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ADHD/Executive Functions Coaching

“My child is smart but often can’t remember to do the assignments or turn them in!” “My child is so disorganized and always late!” Do these sound familiar in your house? We can help with one on one coaching.

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Pediatric Intensive Feeding Therapy

Picky eater? Are mealtimes a constant struggle in your home? Sensory issues? Maybe both? Is your child’s extremely limited diet making you worried about malnutrition? We can assess your child and help!


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I’m Abigail Wool-Biringer. I earned my Master of Arts degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Southern California in 1997. Go Trojans! I moved to Phoenix in 2004 and have been working exclusively with the pediatric population since 2010. I work with children of all ages and diagnoses, with special interest in feeding issues, ADHD, executive skills dysfunction, and autism spectrum disorder. I believe that there is a large group of underserved kids out there that could be making gains in leaps and bounds if they are empowered with the right type and frequency of intervention.

I am married and I have two sons, two step-sons, and two dogs. In my spare time, I enjoy running, hiking, gardening, and spending time with my family.
Abigail Wool-Biringer

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