Nina Schultz has over a decade of experience as a child advocate and 7 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist. She earned her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Communications from the University of California San Diego. She became interested in working with differently abled children while at the UCSD Autism Research Lab. Nina received her Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from Dominican University of California.
Nina's professional roles include experience as a clinician, supervisor and consultant on several levels with families and individuals ranging from toddlers to young adults. She has provided services to clients in Marin, San Francisco, Napa and Solano counties. She gained her experience at Children's Therapy Works, Napa Valley Unified School District, Oak Hill School and Connected Kidz. She has worked in a variety of settings including clinical practice as well as private and public schools. She specializes in sensory regulation, fine and visual motor skill development, and motor planning and coordination challenges with school aged children. Nina has continued her Occupational Therapy education with classes in Handwriting Without Tears, the ALERT Program, OT and Technology and various sensory motor and fine motor activity courses. She is very familiar with the IEP process in the school system and is a big advocate for the children she works with in and out of the clinic.
When she is not working she enjoys mentoring and volunteering, yoga, dancing and running on the beautiful Northern California trails.