Meet Kasey O'Haren, MSOT, OTR/L, RYT
Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Medical University of South Carolina
OTR/L - Registered and Licensed OT and NBCOT
RYT - Registered Yoga Teacher
NBC-HWC-S National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach Student
Kasey received her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from The Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. Kasey has always had an inclination toward integrative and holistic healing and wellness modalities and has been practicing integrative healing techniques for over 10 years since 2013. After a boating accident as a teen that lead to Kasey working with an integrative Occupational Therapist, she personally benefited from the transformative and healing results of holistic occupational therapy techniques including craniosacral fascial therapy, myofascial release, and nervous system regulation and now offers those to the clients she serves.
She treats patients from birth through end of life with mental and physical health concerns that are preventing them from living their life to the fullest.
Kasey is a
Licensed and Registered Occupational Therapist
Registered Yoga Teacher
Certified in Craniosacal Fascial Therapy,
John F. Barnes Myofascial Release,
Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration,
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy,
and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.
The Roots To Thrive Difference:
Rooted in connection and relationship, trauma informed care and polyvagal theory Roots to Thrive has a radically different and healing approach to therapy.
We all encounter "traumas" throughout out our lives, they may be physical, environmental, or emotional, and these build up in our bodies, affecting our nervous system functioning.
Our therapies work directly with the nervous system to regulate, connect, and calm. From this state, we are able to progress and reach our therapeutic goals more quickly and with lasting results.
What is OT?
Occupational therapy is a skilled health profession, in which therapists, with a Master's or Doctorate degree and residency training, provide interventions for prevention, wellness, and rehabilitation for individuals facing challenges mentally, emotionally, and/or physically.
With holistic training in both mental and physical healthcare, OT's help individuals reach their goals of decreasing pain, increasing function, improving mental health, and allowing for wellness and prevention.
We help individuals across the life-span, young and old, with a variety of diagnoses and concerns. From chronic pain to sensory struggles, we work closely wth individuals on their personal goals so they can lives their life to the fullest.