Eugene Clinic Staff
At Lindegard Therapy, our technicians are extremely dedicated. Our supervision to technician ratio goes above and beyond board standards and all of our technicians are RBAI certified and go through extensive training prior to working with children.
Amanda discovered her passion for helping kids and adults with disabilities while volunteering at a therapeutic riding center as a leader and sidewalker for two years. This led to the pursuit of a dual Bachelors’ in Psychology and Equine Studies through Asbury University in 2018, teaching as a certified therapeutic riding instructor and volunteering at the Special Olympics twice. During an internship in the outpatient setting of hippotherapy, she was exposed to speech, occupational, and physical therapy which ignited her desire to pursue therapy as a career. In December of 2020, she graduated with her Master’s of Occupational Therapy from North Central College with a focus on school occupational therapy.
Amanda enjoys going to the beach, exercising, reading and hanging out with friends.
While pursuing a degree in Psychology, Sierra knew she wanted to use her education to work with children, so she aligned her coursework heavily with child development. When she took a course that introduced her to Applied Behavior Analysis, she was hooked! She graduated in 2020 from The University of Oregon and became a Behavior Interventionist later that year. Sierra joined Lindegard in early 2021 and currently serves children in the Eugene area.
In her down time, Sierra enjoys being a plant mom, taking care of her pet fish, playing guitar, journaling and doing yoga.
Carly has always had a deep love for working with children and helping people. In 2016, Carly earned a Bachelor’s in psychology and a minor in family relations at California State University, Chico. After graduating, she worked for a non-profit organization where she focused on helping children with emotional and behavioral difficulties. Carly moved to the Portland area at the beginning of 2020 where she began working with children with autism. It was here that Carly developed an interest in teaching children with special needs as well as supporting their families.
Carly was recently accepted into Montana State University’s ABA Mastered program.
When not working Carly enjoys listening to podcasts, painting, and spending time with family and friends.
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