Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a form of intervention in which the therapist and client work to develop, maintain, or improve the necessary skills for daily living through activity.  


Reasons that someone may need occupational therapy:

  • Injury, illness, or disability that results in decreased independence or quality of life

  • Overly sensitive to certain sensations

  • Poor attention

  • Poor fine motor skills

  • Immature gross motor skills

  • Difficulty calming self

  • Under-active

  • Exaggerated behaviors or reactions

  • Limited play skills

  • Poor social development

  • Limited Independence in self care skills

  • Difficulty transitioning or accepting change in environment or routine

While Sprout Therapeutic Interventions does not offer direct OT services at this time, all interactions will be led and/or influenced and overseen by a licensed Occupational Therapist. 

Trust Based Relational Intervention

Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children from “hard places” such as abuse, neglect, and/or trauma​. 


TBRI® is not just an intervention, but also a way of interaction with children from hard places. These principles are used as a guidebook when interacting with children and families from hard places. Training of the intervention is available for families of and professionals who work with children from hard places on request.