ABOUT

Lexi Parker Santos
lexi@sensitivesolutions.org
MS, OTR/L, Owner, Therapy Director, Author

Lexi Santos is a licensed occupational therapist who has worked with children for over ten years as both an occupational and behavior therapist in school, home, clinical, NICU, and hippotherapy settings. She strongly believes in treating children with a holistic approach where biological, behavioral, and contextual factors are all considered in treatment. She strives to honor the individual nature of each child and their family's unique value system when designing programs and implementing treatment. In her spare time Lexi loves hiking, yoga, and spending time outdoors with her two daughters and crazy dog.

Completed course work and certifications include:

 

  • Reflex Integration to Support Education

  • MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Pattern Integration

  • Hippotherapy I & II

  • Vital Links Therapeutic Listening & Astronaut Training

  • Practical Sense in Sensory Integration

  • Theoretical Foundations of Sensory Integration

  • Handwriting Without Tears

  • SOS Approach to Feeding

  • Feeding the 6-16 Month Old

  • NOMAS Infant Feeding

  • Certified in Infant Driven Feeding 

  • Certified Lactation Counselor

  • Certified in Infant Massage

Kelly Northness
kelly@sensitivesolutions.org
Occupational Therapist

Kelly is a licensed and certified occupational therapist with 10 years of experience working in pediatrics. She earned her Masters of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from San Jose State University and her bachelor degree in Human Development from University of California San Diego .

 

Kelly has experience working with children with a broad range of abilities and diagnoses in various settings. She is a certified provider for Integrated Listening Systems (iLs), Therapeutic Listening, and has training in visual vestibular treatments, Handwriting Without Tears, and the Therapressure Program for sensory defensiveness. Kelly has a special interest in working on self-regulation and social skills for kids, especially in peer group opportunities. She has extensive training in Social Thinking® courses and The Zones of Regulation®. Additionally, Kelly is very interested in supporting children with feeding difficulties and expanding diets for picky-eaters after being trained in the SOS Approach to Feeing and SMILE courses.

 

She enjoys building trusting, collaborative relationships with her clients and their families, tailoring therapy to meet their individual needs. A compassionate and energetic approach helps Kelly draw the most from her kids and encourages independence, connection, and growth.

She lives in Half Moon Bay and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and two kids.