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Chris Rothmier OTR/L

Chris Rothmier OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Chris has always been interested in working with and assisting others, spending most of his career in service-oriented roles of one form or another. He received both his Bachelors (Psychology) and a Masters (Occupational Therapy) degrees from the University of Washington. After receiving his Bachelors, he was immediately drawn into the booming local technology sector, and spent 15 subsequent years doing IT service management for local and national clients. While leading a team through a transition at a local hospital, Chris was surrounded by direct patient care examples and became determined to return to his initial interests in a person-based healthcare support role, rather than an enterprise-oriented focus.

He received extensive exposure to pediatric therapy while doing volunteer work at BPHT before the start of his graduate program at UW. Fieldwork and internships during his master’s program included outpatient pediatrics, early intervention, and school-based OT support. Each of these experiences provided affirmation that he had chosen the correct next steps in his career.

Chris lives in Bothell with his wife and 2 daughters. He coaches youth softball and soccer teams, and is a Board member for the local softball league. He enjoys playing golf and hosting barbecues with friends and family.

Carolyn Kelley OTR/L

Carolyn Kelley OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Before moving to the Northwest in the summer that Mt. St. Helens erupted, Carolyn lived in Oklahoma, Colorado and Kansas. She always knew she wanted to work with children, and still remembers the names of children she worked with more than 50 years ago in public school, Head Start, and Montessori.

Carolyn earned a BFA in Art/Education at Colorado State University, where she taught at Harmony School, an alternative high school for children who had struck out in public school. After CSU, she realized she wanted to work with children, but in smaller than classroom-size numbers, and with a focus on movement. From early childhood, Carolyn danced and participated in sports, and has always considered movement an important element of her life.

She then enrolled in graduate school at the University of Oregon, where her anatomy teacher, Gary, was a physical therapist. It was a conversation with Gary that steered Carolyn to OT, because he thought it would meld her love of children and movement nicely. She completed the Masters of Occupational Therapy program at the University of Puget Sound, and discovered that Gary was right.

In her leisure time, Carolyn enjoys spending time with family, traveling, gardening, kayaking, cooking, running and participating in choirs. This will be her 20th year in her Seattle church’s bell choir, 3rd in the Seattle Women’s Chorus, and 2nd in her Bellevue church’s choir. She also volunteers in a friend’s kindergarten class in Seattle.

Jammie Sahin MSOT, OTR/L

Jammie Sahin MSOT, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist, Bilingual English/Spanish

Jammie (pronounced JAY-MEE) was born in Texas and raised in central Mexico. When she was 6, her family moved back to the U.S. and made their home in Nebraska.

She attended the University of Nebraska, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Biology. Jammie became interested in occupational therapy after working for a youth rehabilitation center as a Behavioral Health Technician. She worked closely with youth and their families to transition them back to the community using OT-related goals, and became enthralled with all the possibilities OT had to offer.

Jammie moved to Oklahoma for graduate school where she completed her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy at Northeastern State University. What she specifically loves about OT is the mixture of science and creativity, the variety of settings where skills can be applied, and its unique holistic approach.

She has worked in school-based OT and early intervention, supporting the birth-3 population. Jammie recently completed training in SOS Feeding, a systematic approach that uses both sensory processing and oral motor skills to address feeding concerns.

She and her husband moved to the Pacific NW because they love being outdoors and exploring nature. Jammie and her family are avid runners, completing half and full marathons as a family. She has visited 17 different countries and plans to continue exploring the world.

Courtney Livoti, MSOT, OTR/L

Courtney Livoti, MSOT, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Courtney was born and raised in Long Island, NY. From a desire to explore the West coast, she decided to move to the Pacific NW and in the span of two weeks, packed up her car and relocated across the country.

Courtney attended SUNY Oswego in NY for her Bachelors of Science in Psychology, then earned her Master’s in Occupational Therapy with a concentration in neurology and pain management at LIU Brooklyn. During her undergrad studies, she had the opportunity to work with OTs in a pediatric clinic and knew this is what she wanted to do. In grad school, she also fell in love with hand therapy (another realm of OT) and has been lucky enough to mix both of her passions!

Courtney has experience working in hand clinics, schools, and pediatric outpatient facilities. She loves the diversity of OT and its many practice areas. She loves helping patients reach their full potential in what they want to achieve in the world.

As a member of BPHT’s pediatric therapy team, Courtney brings positive energy and evidence-based practice tools, and is excited to collaborate with our other OTs to support positive patient outcomes.

In her free time, Courtney enjoys backpacking through the mountains, eating new foods, yoga, reading and teaching her 1 year old border collie the ropes in hopes that she will be a fellow OT helper one day. She is also a first lieutenant in the Army.

Chris Bisogni, MSOT, OTR/L

Chris Bisogni, MSOT, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Chris was raised in New York and New Jersey. He comes from a large Italian-American family, who he is very close with. He developed his passion for OT from his mother, who is also a pediatric OT.

He completed his Bachelor’s in Exercise Science at the Univ. of Delaware, and his Master’s in OT at American International College in Springfield, MA. Chris has experience working in early intervention with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, using the Floortime model. As a recent graduate, he is excited to begin a rewarding lifelong career as an occupational therapist, and to help children to achieve their maximum potential, become independent, and improve their quality of life.

Chris recently relocated to Seattle, and has enjoyed spending time exploring the city and hiking in the surrounding areas. He likes to spend his time outside as much as possible, especially at the beach. He enjoys cooking and traveling and is passionate about swimming (he is also a certified swim team coach).

Adrienne Dienst, OTR/L

Adrienne Dienst, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Adrienne was lucky enough to discover occupational therapy in 1972, thanks to a summer job in the life enrichment/activities department of a nursing home. She graduated from UW with a Bachelor’s Degree in OT and has been working in the pediatric field since 1979, including early intervention and clinical settings, school based and private practice, in addition to having a sensory motor therapy space in her home.

In 2007 she and her husband sold their home and began a nomadic lifestyle, spending summers in the Pacific NW and winters in Arizona. Adrienne works at BPHT during the summer, and as an OT in Arizona in winter. In Arizona, she works with rural school districts, charter schools, clinics and home-based pediatric clients. At Bothell Pediatric, her role has shifted away from direct patient care to mentoring young therapists, conducting evaluations and developing treatment plans.

She has always juggled various side jobs (to keep her own attention deficits in check) including teaching childbirth classes and being a birth doula, teaching skiing and currently, she and her husband are tennis officials, working at the junior, collegiate and professional level.

Shelly Moore COTA/L

Shelly Moore COTA/L

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Shelly grew up in Kirkland, attended Western where she earned a BA in business, and originally owned a flower shop for 17 years before selling it to stay home with her two boys.

She began working at BPHT before going back to school at Lake Washington Institute of Technology to become a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant.

Outside of work Shelly enjoys walking, camping, cooking, baking, and spending time with friends and family.

Stacy Wien COTA/L

Stacy Wien COTA/L

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Stacy has a passion for working with and supporting children, especially those with special needs. She spent 30 years working in the school system in many roles including paraeducator and administrative support. She learned about OT through the school system and went on to enroll at (and later graduate from) Lake Washington Institute of Technology’s OTA program.

Stacy spends her winters in Yuma, Arizona and her summers here in Bothell, working as a COTA in both locations. In her free time, she enjoys painting, coloring, visual arts, nature photography, and spending time with her family.

Retta Longsine COTA/L

Retta Longsine COTA/L

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Retta has always had a passion for children. She has 7 children of her own, and has taught in a small home school co-op, helped in a friend’s daycare, and served as a nanny to several families. Retta graduated from Lake Washington Institute of Technology in 2018 with her Occupational Therapy Assistant degree. She enjoys motivating children to learn and grow in their development in fun, engaging ways and to assist families in navigating the goals they have to enrich their family system.

Outside of work, she spends as much time as possible doing her#1 favorite thing: dancing the West Coast Swing. She also enjoy playing piano, crafting, home decorating, and tennis. Additionally, Retta volunteers at a local women’s shelter teaching a cardio dance class. She loves seeing the enrichment, greater quality of life, and joy that this fitness avenue gives to women experiencing homelessness.