Outpatient Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Outpatient Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Alternative Behavior Strategies is very excited to have Victoria Kochanek, OTR/L, a licensed, pediatric occupational therapist working with us on a part time basis now, to soon see patients on a full time availability this Fall. To schedule her services, please call 801 935-4171 or email: info@alternativebehaviorstrategies.com.


Victoria holds a Masters Degree of Occupational Therapy from The University of Utah. She obtained her official recognition to practice occupational therapy from the National Board of Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) and is licensed by the Utah Occupational Therapy State Licensing Board.

She has great passion for working with of children of all ages, who have specialized needs or disabilities. She has worked with children who have disabilities since she was in high school. Her work has been recognized through several philanthropy and volunteer awards including The Utah Philanthropy Day Award for her services with the National Ability Center. Victoria’s mission is to provide the best, individualized and evidence-based practice for children with disabilities and their families.

Victoria has worked with, including but not limited to: Children who have Autism, Down syndrome, Sensory Integration Dysfunction, Cerebral Palsy, and Developmental delay. Her passion is to assist children and their families with obtaining the highest functional level of participation in their daily lives. She is Ayres Sensory Integration certified and has experience with Neuro-developmental Treatment (NDT), Constraint Induced Movement therapy (CIMT), sensory/behavioral-based feeding programs. She also provides services to address fine/gross motor and self-help skills acquisition to help children reach developmental milestones and client-centered goals. Victoria believes strongly in communicating and collaborating with clients, their families and all team members involved in the child’s progress to ensure a successful, client-centered process of care.

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