Meet Our Occupational Therapists

Kasarah Occupational Therapy Denver

Kasarah Drake, MAOT, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist
  • Kasarah was born and raised in the Twin Cities of Minnesota where she earned her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. Between undergraduate and graduate school, she worked as an Applied Behavioral Analysis/Verbal Behavior (ABA/VB) therapist for children with Autism in both clinic and in-home settings. In this position she collaborated with Board Certified Behavior Analysts, pediatric psychologists, speech and language pathologists, and occupational therapists to provide effective and comprehensive therapy to promote learning, independence, and communication.

    After discovering the positive impact of occupational therapy on her clients, Kasarah obtained her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy  from Saint Catherine University. Kasarah  has since completed an intensive mentorship in sensory processing disorders through the STAR Center in Denver. Kasarah’s areas of specialty include: sensory processing and behavior, self-regulation, inattention, fine motor and handwriting, visual motor and processing, motor planning, strength and endurance, and social emotional development.

    In her spare time, Kasarah enjoys hiking, biking, and spending time with her husband Tristan, infant son Mason, and 3 rescue dogs, Kane, Chopper, and Jax.


Photo Megan Selby


Occupational Therapist
  • Megan is originally from Pensacola, Florida. She attended Saint Louis University in Missouri for both her bachelor’s and master’s degree program in Occupational Therapy. Megan’s clinical experience includes working with pediatrics in out-patient clinics and home settings. She has experience working with children ranging from toddlers through teenagers experiencing a variety of physical and developmental delays. Megan has specific interest in sensory processing disorders and sensory based feeding difficulties.  She is skilled in assessment and treatment of fine motor skills, gross motor skills, motor planning, balance, and coordination deficits. Megan studied the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum while attending graduate school and enjoys watching her students’ writing skills blossom with structured support and practice. Megan is a team player and values collaborating with parents and other professionals. She enjoys incorporating the child’s interests into sessions and finding creative ways to motivate them to achieve their goals.

    Megan’s other interests include traveling.  She previously lived in Dublin, Ireland for six months prior to starting graduate school. Since then, she has developed an unshakable travel bug that has taken her as far as New Zealand and Australia. She relocated to Denver in the summer of 2016 and looks forward to exploring all the beautiful sights Colorado has to offer.


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