Colleen Burrell, OTR/L
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Colleen Burrell, OTR/L, has been practicing as a pediatric occupational therapist since receiving her degree from The University Of Scranton in 2001. Colleen has been working as an outpatient occupational therapist at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia since 2004. She provides interdisciplinary clinic consultations/evaluations with the Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Center. Colleen specializes in therapeutic intervention for children with feeding challenges, sensory integrative difficulties, and amplified pain. Colleen enjoys participating in program development and has been an integral part of starting feeding groups for picky eaters at the King of Prussia Specialty Care Center. Colleen also enjoys guest lecturing on feeding at the university level.
BS in Occupational Therapy - University of Scranton, Scranton, PA
Occupational Therapist III
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