Shannon received her Master in Occupational Therapy from The University of Oklahoma. She was the 2006-2007 Occupational Therapy intern for the interdisciplinary LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities) program where she completed an additional 300 hours of education specializing in leadership and advocacy for children and youth with or at risk for developmental disabilities and  their families. Shannon also volunteers as a parent mentor for  the Oklahoma Family Network (OFN). Shannon is a Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT) certified therapist, indicating an additional 120 hours of intensive specialized training. She has worked in the school and private practice settings specializing in pediatrics, developmental disabilities, and sensory processing disorders.

Shannon has been married to her husband, Ryan, since 1997 and together they have three sons. Shannon became interested in pursuing a degree in Occupational Therapy after her oldest son was diagnosed with mild to moderate autism at the age of two. Prior to the completion of her Master's degree, Shannon's second son also received an autism diagnosis.

Shannon strives to provide the families she works with the balanced combination of professional education and personal experience to promote optimal child and family occupational performance.
Shannon Roberson, MOTR/L
Jessica Morris, COTA/L
Jessica received her Associate Degree in Occupational Therapy in 1997 from Becker College in Worcester, Massachusetts. After graduation, she moved to Florida and took her National Board exam for Certification and Licensure. Jessica began practicing in a variety of settings including public and private schools, pediatric inpatient (acute care and rehab), pediatric outpatient clinics, and home health services.

In 1998 Jessica met her husband, Sean, and in 2001 they were married. Together, they share two beautiful children. One son, Joshua, born in 2003 and one daughter, Sienna, born in 2006. Shortly after the birth of her second child, Jessica learned that her son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jessica has been able to use her professional experience to contribute to her son's success in coping with his autism. With this personal experience, Jessica is able to relate to the parents of children with special needs, and assist families with the continued support they need.

Nikki Williams, Office Manager

Nikki received her Bachelor Degree in Exercise Science from Wichita State University in May 2008. Nikki comes to us with great background working with individuals and their families with special needs. She has been a program coordinator for a non-profit respite center, traveled for a non-profit organization that teaches individuals with disabilities how to ride a two-wheeled bike, and a therapy tech at an outpatient facility serving physical, occupational, and speech therapies.

Nikki married her high school sweetheart, Nolan, in October 2011. Nikki and Nolan are both from small towns west of Wichita, KS. Nolan played football at UCO in 2007 and 2008 and Nikki moved to Oklahoma September of 2010. They recently bought their first home in Edmond.

Nikki has a passion working with “her kids” and you can definitely see it in her smile when she’s around them. She has an upbeat, outgoing personality and the kids adore her. Nikki is our jack of all trades: scheduling, billing, answering phones, patient files, mailings, etc.

Nikki and Nolan are excited to announce they are expecting a baby girl mid November 2014.

Candace Munson, OTR/L

Candace received a Bachelor Degree in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Maryville University in 2002.  She has had a longstanding interest in working with children and has worked as an ABA therapist, a parent educator, and an occupational therapist.  She takes a special interest in working within children with feeding challenges, sensory processing delays, and developmental delays. 

Candace is origanlly from St. Louis, Missouri (Go Cardinals!) and moved to Oklahoma in 2009 with her husband, John and two daughters, Madison and Sydney.   She enjoys spending time at the barn riding horses with her daughter Sydney or cheering on the sidelines at Santa Fe games with her daughter Madison. 

Candace became interested in OT after her first daughter was born as she learned what sensory seeking was first hand.  Candace can contribute a great deal of understanding from personal experience  and integrates that with her professional approach.  She has an energetic personality that compliments a child’s play and she is eager to promote your child’s true abilities.

Becky Patton, OTR/L

Becky received a Bachelor Degree in Occupational Therapy from Newman University in Wichita, KS in 1995. She has provided occupational therapy services for almost 20 years now. The past 15 years she has manily worked in school based and clinic based environments.

Becky is certified in the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT). She is also trained in Therapeutic Listening, Handwriting Without Tears, The Alert Program, Wilbarger Brushing Program, and Ready Bodies Learning Minds. Becky has expertise in providing sensory based interventions to children with Sensory Processing Disorder and children on the Autism Spectrum. her passion is setting up motor labs and training staff/parents in the importance of reflex integration.

Becky is originally from Oklahoma. She has worked in Kansas, Texas, and Missouri as an OT. In 2012, Becky and her family moved back to Oklahoma. She has been married to her husband Pat since 1988 and together they have 4 beautiful children; Tristen (17), Colin (15), Ella (11), and Aiden (8). Becky enjoys cheering on her kids in their extracurricular activities as well as traveling and spending time with friends.

Two of Becky's children have a diagnosis of Dyslexia and Auditory Processing Disorder. She has been able to use her own personal experiences to relate to parents with special needs and provide support that is needed, especially for home and community environments.
Christy Qualls, MOTR/L