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Tiny and Mighty Therapy


I am a board-certified and licensed Occupational Therapist, specializing in pediatric feeding therapy. I am dedicated to empowering families and little ones to thrive and enjoy mealtimes with confidence. I graduated with a Master of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 2016 and am a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).


I have experience working in both inpatient and outpatient hospital settings across the lifespan and with various diagnoses. I discovered my passion for helping families and babies with feeding challenges while working at

Seattle Children's Hospital and have devoted the majority of my post-master's education focusing on evaluating and treating pediatric feeding disorders. I became a mom to a spunky little girl in 2020, and it further strengthened my love for supporting babies with starting solids and inspiring responsive feeding for toddlers.

Tiny and Mighty Therapy was inspired by my own tiny and mighty girl, who had her share of feeding difficulties in infancy. I wanted to be the clinician I needed while navigating that journey as a first-time mom.

And thus, Tiny and Mighty Therapy was born! As your feeding therapist, I will be the best cheerleader, advocate, and clinician possible in your corner. While you focus on loving your baby, I will focus on nourishing your family as a whole.

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Advanced Training & Certifications

  • Sequential Oral Sensory Approach (SOS) to Feeding

  • Beckman Oral Motor Assessment & Intervention

  • TalkTools Feeding Therapy: A Sensory Motor Approach

  • Ellen Carlin's Tongue Tie and Oral Dysfunction: The Impact from Breastfeeding to Table Foods

  • Chrysalis Orofacial TOTS: Tethered Oral Tissues Specialty Training

  • The Lactation OT: Tongue Ties, Breastfeeding, and the Lactation Savvy Therapist

  • The Lactation OT: Bodywork for Better Breastfeeding

  • Cynthia Peterson's Baby Jaws & Breathing Nose to Toes

  • The Lactation OT: Supporting Oral Motor Skills in the Infant: Assessment, Adaptation, and Remediation

Suzie was a shining light for us when we realized that we needed to have an OT to help our son with his tongue tie when he was only a few months old. She is very knowledgeable in her field and she took extra time to teach us how to help our son. She provided explicit directions, handouts, and helpful toys that helped build his tongue strength. Our son is thriving and transitioned to solid foods without any issues.

Highly recommend Suzie! Being a pediatric and NICU nurse myself, I thought I'd have feeding my daughter down. Boy was I wrong! Suzie has been an amazing support and resource throughout my daughter's feeding journey. At 3.5 months we ran into some challenges feeding my daughter. It turns out she had many oral ties that finally got released at 4.5 months of age. Suzie was able to help guide us in pre and post oral ties release. With the exercises and resources Suzie provided my daughter was back to feeding like a champ in no time. We continue to work with Suzie in our start solids journey which has been more than helpful. She genuinely wants to help and work with parents in their feeding challenges and journey with their babies.

Angela, MSN, RN, CCRN

Crystal, BSN, RN

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