Beginning in 2012, Taylor took the first steps to lay the foundations for Outside The Lines. She saw an unmet need in our area and worked to surround herself with educators and amazing colleagues to help tackle the issues children and families were facing. The increase in referrals for "behaviorally challenged" children was at an all-time high, yet there were no programs or facilities focused on unpacking the lagging skills causing these behaviors. Taylor's UNH undergrad training in Psychology and Occupational Therapy Master’s degree provided the foundations necessary to open a practice that focused on executive function challenges, developmental delays, and the mental health of children and families in our area.
Taylor continuously strives to learn, read, and stay up to date on the latest child development research. She is forever grateful to work alongside such passionate, skilled, and wonderful colleagues.
When not working with the families at OTL, Taylor can be found exploring with her husband and two wild and fun, young children.
Allie attended the University of New Hampshire, where she received her master’s degree in occupational therapy. During her time at the University of New Hampshire Allie completed her clinical rotation here at Outside the Lines. After graduation she accepted a job here to continue her passion of working with children from a variety of backgrounds, ages, skill levels, and interests. Allie has pursued continuing education in the areas of executive functions, sensory integration, and supporting the mental health of children and families. Outside the office Allie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hiking New Hampshire 4,000 footers, reading, and enjoying the beach.
Elizabeth earned her master’s degree in occupational therapy at the University of New Hampshire. She has pursued continuing education in the areas of social thinking, executive functioning, self regulation and utilizing the natural environment to promote child development. She has a passion for supporting caregiver and child relationships through meaningful, shared play opportunities both at home and in the community. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, exploring different trails with her dog, Wilson, and relaxing by the lake.