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Changing futures in partnership with nature, mindfulness, and skill-building for families. 

Pediatric Occupational Therapy in Northeast Ohio

WE PROVIDE A SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT THAT ENCOURAGES THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN NATURE.

What We Do
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Good Nature Therapy Services is a pediatric occupational therapy practice based in Solon, Ohio, that serves the greater Cleveland area. Our mission is to make outdoor experiences accessible to ALL families and provide children with a unique and effective therapy experience that incorporates the healing power of nature. We are dedicated to helping children ages 2-14 overcome developmental challenges that stop them from reaching their full potential, while actively supporting parents and guardians.

Every child should have the chance to explore and enjoy nature.

From hiking through lush forests to splashing in a creek, digging in the dirt, and walking with bare feet in the grass to planting something and watching it grow, there are countless opportunities to experience the beauty and diversity of the natural world. Good Nature Therapy Services is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment where kids can learn, grow, and thrive.

HI, I'M REBECCA!

Occupational Therapist (MOT, OTR/L), Owner, Founder

I help kids build essential social, emotional, and physical skills, and support parents as they move mountains.

Good Nature Therapy Services provides access into the absolute glory of learning through nature experiences. I know you’re prepared to move mountains to understand and support your child, and as a seasoned pediatric occupational therapist, I'm here to help you do just that — without squeezing yourself dry. 

In 2008, I graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Occupational Therapy. I have worked as an OT for over 13 years in inpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing, early intervention, outpatient using hippotherapy (OT with horses!), and schools.

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NEW CLINIC SNEAK PEAK

Bringing Nature-Based OT to MORE Families

We are currently in the process of building a permanent home in Aurora, Ohio, at 239 E. Garfield Rd. This 1.74-acre property will provide a small indoor clinic space to help ease the transition outdoors, a mud room, indoor restrooms, and a large, accessible nature-based space with room for...
 

big movements, small moments, and sensory experiences!

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What Sets Us Apart

OUR BELIEFS AND CORE VALUES

We believe nature is an essential ingredient for a positive human experience.

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Commitment to Excellence

Parenting can be difficult, but it is worth the investment to get it right. We are committed to providing clients with the tools and resources they need to be successful parents.

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Celebrate Success

Every child deserves to feel successful and celebrated. We celebrate our kids' achievements and provide them with the support that helps them reach their full potential.

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Embrace Nature

Nature is essential to childhood and personal growth. We encourage families to embrace the outdoors and provide them with solutions that facilitate outdoor play and exploration.

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Lighten the Load

Life can be overwhelming, no matter how old you are. Nature lightens the load and provides a sense of calm, balance, and fun. We teach families how to connect with nature to find peace in their busy lives.

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"Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt."
—John Muir
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You're NOT Alone

MANY KIDS FACE CHALLENGES THAT STOP THEM FROM REACHING THEIR FULL POTENTIAL

You've noticed YOUR CHILD is having trouble...

making friends.
 

navigating meltdowns.
 

transitions, getting started, or needing
step-by-step directions.

 

handwriting, cutting, buttoning, zipping, and tying.


balance, coordination, getting around, falling, not bumping into things, climbing, skipping, riding a bike, keeping up with friends, or not getting hurt often.


unstructured playtime.


getting outside.


talking, hearing, or using language.

You've noticed YOU'RE also having trouble...

connecting with your child.

helping your child navigate new experiences.

feeling burnt out in parenting.

finding the support your child and family needs.

wanting to spend time outside, but now knowing how.

finding time to rest and recharge.

processing negative reports from school.

understanding your child's behavior.

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HOW GOOD NATURE THERAPY SERVICES CAN HELP

At Good Nature Therapy Services, our work is rooted in honest, down-to-earth solutions that work for families and bring out the best in kids. We believe in a strength-based approach to supporting your child, you, and your family.

Pediatric occupational therapy (OT) helps children develop fine and gross motor and social skills as well as participation, confidence, and feelings of fulfillment in their daily lives at home and school.

Join The Waitlist to Hold Your Spot

WE ARE GROWING INTO A NEW SPACE

Outside of our Nature-Based Occupational Therapy, please note the rest of our services are COMING SOON.
To save your spot as we transition, join our waitlist and we will be in touch once the building and garden are ready!

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