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robyn lam
PT, dPT, c/NDT


amy jackson
mot, otr/L

Dr. Robyn Lam, PT, DPT, C/NDT is the founder of EPT and is a board certified and licensed physical therapist. She has 17+ years of experience working with awesome kids and their families in clinic, school, and home settings. Most importantly, Robyn truly LOVES kids, is continually inspired by their creativity and energy, and enjoys helping kids to grow, thrive, and achieve goals that are important and meaningful to them.

Robyn earned a masters in Physical Therapy from UCSF/SFSU in 2006 and doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2007. She LOVES to learn and has advanced and specialized training in the following:

  • Neuro-Developmental Treatment, certified in 2016 

  • Pediatric Kinesiotape techniques

  • Myofascial Release and Total Motion Release

  • Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

  • Theratogs

  • Orthotics

  • Wheelchair seating and other medical equipment

  • Sensory Processing

She participates in physical therapy research projects and has shared her expertise on child development in educational workshops with peers, educators, and parents. 

Robyn is a mom of three wonderful kids, one goldendoodle pup, and two chickens. She lives with her family in Bellevue, and LOVES exploring the Pacific Northwest with them. Volunteering and travel is a treasured part of her life. She's joined medical and work based teams in the USA, Haiti and the Philippines, and supports non-profit organizations in her community.

Amy Jackson is a board certified and licensed occupational therapist with 11+ years of experience working with children of a variety of ages, diagnoses, and backgrounds. She is extremely passionate about helping children succeed and, most importantly, have FUN doing it!

Amy earned a Masters in Occupational Therapy from the University of Minnesota in 2012. She has a very special interest in infant  feeding, with certifications in the SOFFI method and Beckman Oral Motor protocol. She has experience in supporting breast and bottle infant feeding, feeding tubes, oral aversions, and transitioning to solids. She also has extensive experience with the following:

  • Infant Development

  • Torticollis

  • Fine Motor Skills and Coordination

  • Handwriting

  • Sensory Processing

  • Social/Emotional Regulation

  • Behavioral Issues

  • Self-care skills

  • Picky Eating


Amy grew up in Minnesota, but has lived in Seattle for the past 10 years. She enjoys hiking, skiing, cooking, and playing the piano. She is also a huge whale fanatic and goes whale watching at least twice a year since moving here!


LISA Alishio

Lisa Alishio is a board certified and licensed occupational therapist assistant. She joins us with over 25 years of experience providing both inpatient and outpatient pediatric OT. She has a background in physical rehabilitation, fine motor skills, constraint induced therapy, psychosocial support, living skills support, and handwriting and sensory interventions. 


Lisa sees the unique culture within every family, and individualizes her approach to meet each situation. She brings with her decades of multidisciplinary collaboration and the knowledge that learning is a social and multi-sensory task for children.


"I cannot express how fortunate I feel to have chosen this as my profession and calling. It brings joy every day to feel that I am helping bring a bit more confidence and ease to the lives of children and families..and hopefully some laughter along the way."


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Anne Moody


Dr. Anne Moody is a board certified and licensed physical therapist and pediatric specialist with 6+ years of pediatric physical therapy experience. She has worked primarily in hospital-based outpatient and inpatient rehab settings. She is very passionate about her field, and truly loves working with children and their families.

Anne received her doctorate in physical therapy from University of Washington in 2017. She completed the University of Colorado Pediatric Physical Therapy Residency Program and LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities) fellowship in June 2018. During this time, she worked with children in many different settings including early intervention (home visits), schools, outpatient, inpatient, and even an intensive therapy summer camp (Adam’s Camp). Anne loves to learn, and is always working to grow her skills and knowledge base. She moved back to Seattle in 2018 and has worked for the last 4 years in hospital-based pediatric outpatient and pediatric inpatient rehab settings. She has special training in

  • Gait and orthotics evaluation

  • Cerebral palsy (including rehab following SEMLS or SDR)

  • Spina bifida

  • Traumatic and non-traumatic brain injury

  • Pediatric chronic pain

Anne lives with her husband and pup, Henry, in Mercer Island, and loves hiking and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest with them when she is not working. She also loves to read and discover/frequent cute bookstores and coffee shops in the Seattle area.


Dr. Becky Rousseau is a board certified and licensed physical therapist with 5+ years of experience working in children's homes, clinics and schools. Becky enjoys working with kiddos and their families to help achieve their goals to functional independence while having fun. Becky earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at American International College in 2018. She continues to take advanced continuing education courses and helps out with research projects to keep up on evidence based practice. She has special interest and extensive experience with

  • Torticollis

  • Infant and toddler development

  • Theratogs

  • Kinesiotaping

  • Total Motion Release for Tots 


Becky grew up in Massachusetts and began her career as a Travel Physical Therapist working and adventuring in Colorado, Alaska and Oregon before settling down in Washington two years ago. When she is not working, you can find her camping, hiking, skiing or cooking. 



Shelley Hamlett

Shelley is a board certified and licensed occupational therapist and certified lactation counselor with 7+ years of experience working with children in clinic, hospital, and home settings. She feels truly grateful to be able to support children and families in engaging in all of the activities that are most meaningful to them. She believes that each child has their own unique strengths and loves helping children and families discover fun ways to build on those strengths to develop new skills. 
Shelley earned her Master’s in Occupational Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2015. She loves continually learning and growing as a therapist, and has certifications in lactation counseling and the Beckman Oral Motor Protocol. She has special interest and extensive experience with the following:

  • Torticollis

  • Supporting feeding and development in infants and toddlers

  • Sensory processing

  • Fine/gross motor skill development

  • Feeding challenges

  • Self-care skill development 

Shelley was born and raised in Southern California. She relocated to Seattle in 2020 and loves everything about the beautiful Pacific Northwest! When she’s not working, she enjoys running, camping, going to concerts, reading, and spending time with her two sweet and hilarious pups.


Tatiana is a board certified and licensed occupational therapist with 15 years of experience working with children in clinics, schools, and home settings.  She values a child-led approach and moving at her client’s pace as this helps build trust, an important gateway to reaching new goals. Each child deserves recognition of his/her strengths first in order to empower even the littlest of people to grow and explore in their weaker areas.  


Tatiana received her Masters of Science from Sage Graduate School in New York in 2008.  In her undergraduate, she had a concentration in Therapeutic Studies and Art Therapy.  She continues expanding her horizons through continuing education, some of which has focused on sensory processing, dyslexia, breastfeeding, blended diets for G-tube fed clients, feeding approaches, regulation, and in-home sensory gyms.  Over the years, she has loved getting to know her clients and uncovering their personalities.   These children presented with a  variety of diagnoses and areas of need, some of which included:

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Erb’s Palsy

  • Angelman’s Syndrome

  • Cornelia de Lagne Syndrome

  • Down Syndrome

  • Autism

  • Learning Disabilities

  • Motor Coordination difficulties

  • Handwriting 

  • Activities of daily living

  • Feeding difficulties


Tatiana grew up on the east coast but has been living in the greater Seattle area for over 13 years.  When not working she can be found homeschooling her three children in the great outdoors, wading in tide pools, reading curled up in comfy blankets, or volunteering putting on plays.  

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Tiffany is our dedicated Practice Administrator. With a background in the medical field, Tiffany brings a wealth of experience to her role, ensuring seamless administrative operations to enhance patient care.

Originally hailing from Alaska, Tiffany has called Washington home for over a decade. Her commitment to supporting patients shines through, as she is always ready to assist in any way possible.

In her free time, Tiffany loves getting lost in a good book, spending quality time with her family, and indulging in the quest for the perfect matcha latte.

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Jessica Botero

Jessica is a board certified and licensed occupational therapist with 16+ years of experience in pediatric clinic, school, and home settings. She is passionate about working with the children she serves and also values the opportunity to collaborate with their incredible families.
She enjoys learning and has continuing education experience across areas of sensory processing, emotion regulation, handwriting, feeding and neuro-developmental treatment including The Alert program, The Safe and Sound Protocol and iLS Listening programs, The Zones of Regulation, and Handwriting Without Tears, as examples.
She has extensive experience in areas of

  • Sensory processing

  • Social and emotional skills/regulation

  • Fine motor skills

  • Visual motor skills

  • Self-care skills

  • Picky eating

Before moving to Washington state in 2012, she earned her Master’s degree from University of Florida in 2007 and lived and worked in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids. As a family, you would find them skiing in the winter and enjoying the outdoors in the summer.

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