Ariel Gosling

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DSc, OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Plymouth, NH

Practice details and specialties

States Licensed to Practice

  • Florida

  • New Hampshire

  • Oregon

Education and Advanced Training

Baylor University of TX and the U.S. Army:
Doctorate of Science in Occupational Therapy- DSc, Occupational Therapy

Dominican University of California:
asters of Science in Occupational Therapy- MSc, Occupational Therapy


  • Handwriting Without Tears

  • Sensory Processing Assessment and Treatment

  • Neuromusculoskeletal Evaluation

  • Visual Development Processing

  • Sensory Feeding Assessment and Treatment

Languages Spoken

  • English

Specialties

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Balance and Posture Issues

  • Emotional Regulation

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Developmental Coordination Disorder

  • Developmental Delay

  • Down Syndrome

  • Early Childhood Development

  • Executive Functioning

  • Feeding and Oral Motor Difficulties

  • Fine Motor Delay

  • Genetic Syndromes

  • Handwriting Difficulties

  • Learning Challenges

  • Motor Delays

  • Motor Planning and Coordination

  • Play Skills

  • Self-Care Skills

  • Sensory Processing Disorder

  • Sensory Seeking or Sensory Avoidance Behaviors

  • Transition and Routine Difficulties

  • Visual Motor Integration Problems

  • Visual Perceptual and Visual Motor Integration Difficulties

Get to know me

I am a licensed pediatric occupational therapist with over 13 years of experience, having worked in a diverse array of settings. Throughout my career, I've had the privilege of working with clients of all ages, spanning various environments including schools, outpatient pediatrics, outpatient hands, the Army, mental health facilities, telehealth, and geriatric rehab settings. I earned my Doctorate of Science in Occupational Therapy through Baylor University and the U.S. Army, gaining invaluable insights into an array of therapy techniques, approaches, and interactions.

My journey has led me to discover a deep passion for working with children, where I strive to support and enhance their performance in areas such as sensory processing, visual and motor development, play, social skills, and daily functioning. As a pediatric occupational therapist, I firmly believe in the crucial role of childhood play in learning and skill development, particularly when it involves outdoor exploration.

One aspect I particularly appreciate about the Kinspire approach is the opportunity it provides to connect with children and their families, thus making the rehabilitation process a community effort. I have witnessed significant growth in the children I work with through this approach, and the collaboration with families has played a pivotal role in Kinspire's success. I eagerly anticipate further learning and growth as I continue to collaborate with Kinspire families.

I am a licensed pediatric occupational therapist with over 13 years of experience, having worked in a diverse array of settings. Throughout my career, I've had the privilege of working with clients of all ages, spanning various environments including schools, outpatient pediatrics, outpatient hands, the Army, mental health facilities, telehealth, and geriatric rehab settings. I earned my Doctorate of Science in Occupational Therapy through Baylor University and the U.S. Army, gaining invaluable insights into an array of therapy techniques, approaches, and interactions.

My journey has led me to discover a deep passion for working with children, where I strive to support and enhance their performance in areas such as sensory processing, visual and motor development, play, social skills, and daily functioning. As a pediatric occupational therapist, I firmly believe in the crucial role of childhood play in learning and skill development, particularly when it involves outdoor exploration.

One aspect I particularly appreciate about the Kinspire approach is the opportunity it provides to connect with children and their families, thus making the rehabilitation process a community effort. I have witnessed significant growth in the children I work with through this approach, and the collaboration with families has played a pivotal role in Kinspire's success. I eagerly anticipate further learning and growth as I continue to collaborate with Kinspire families.

I am a licensed pediatric occupational therapist with over 13 years of experience, having worked in a diverse array of settings. Throughout my career, I've had the privilege of working with clients of all ages, spanning various environments including schools, outpatient pediatrics, outpatient hands, the Army, mental health facilities, telehealth, and geriatric rehab settings. I earned my Doctorate of Science in Occupational Therapy through Baylor University and the U.S. Army, gaining invaluable insights into an array of therapy techniques, approaches, and interactions.

My journey has led me to discover a deep passion for working with children, where I strive to support and enhance their performance in areas such as sensory processing, visual and motor development, play, social skills, and daily functioning. As a pediatric occupational therapist, I firmly believe in the crucial role of childhood play in learning and skill development, particularly when it involves outdoor exploration.

One aspect I particularly appreciate about the Kinspire approach is the opportunity it provides to connect with children and their families, thus making the rehabilitation process a community effort. I have witnessed significant growth in the children I work with through this approach, and the collaboration with families has played a pivotal role in Kinspire's success. I eagerly anticipate further learning and growth as I continue to collaborate with Kinspire families.

I am a licensed pediatric occupational therapist with over 13 years of experience, having worked in a diverse array of settings. Throughout my career, I've had the privilege of working with clients of all ages, spanning various environments including schools, outpatient pediatrics, outpatient hands, the Army, mental health facilities, telehealth, and geriatric rehab settings. I earned my Doctorate of Science in Occupational Therapy through Baylor University and the U.S. Army, gaining invaluable insights into an array of therapy techniques, approaches, and interactions.

My journey has led me to discover a deep passion for working with children, where I strive to support and enhance their performance in areas such as sensory processing, visual and motor development, play, social skills, and daily functioning. As a pediatric occupational therapist, I firmly believe in the crucial role of childhood play in learning and skill development, particularly when it involves outdoor exploration.

One aspect I particularly appreciate about the Kinspire approach is the opportunity it provides to connect with children and their families, thus making the rehabilitation process a community effort. I have witnessed significant growth in the children I work with through this approach, and the collaboration with families has played a pivotal role in Kinspire's success. I eagerly anticipate further learning and growth as I continue to collaborate with Kinspire families.

I am a licensed pediatric occupational therapist with over 13 years of experience, having worked in a diverse array of settings. Throughout my career, I've had the privilege of working with clients of all ages, spanning various environments including schools, outpatient pediatrics, outpatient hands, the Army, mental health facilities, telehealth, and geriatric rehab settings. I earned my Doctorate of Science in Occupational Therapy through Baylor University and the U.S. Army, gaining invaluable insights into an array of therapy techniques, approaches, and interactions.

My journey has led me to discover a deep passion for working with children, where I strive to support and enhance their performance in areas such as sensory processing, visual and motor development, play, social skills, and daily functioning. As a pediatric occupational therapist, I firmly believe in the crucial role of childhood play in learning and skill development, particularly when it involves outdoor exploration.

One aspect I particularly appreciate about the Kinspire approach is the opportunity it provides to connect with children and their families, thus making the rehabilitation process a community effort. I have witnessed significant growth in the children I work with through this approach, and the collaboration with families has played a pivotal role in Kinspire's success. I eagerly anticipate further learning and growth as I continue to collaborate with Kinspire families.

Other Interests

In my free time, I relish being outdoors, often venturing into the woods around my home for activities like hiking, running, biking, snowshoeing, and snowboarding. Most importantly, I cherish the moments spent playing and exploring with my two children. My love for travel is a constant, offering opportunities to meet new people and delve into their interests. In addition to my outdoor pursuits, I find joy in creative activities like sewing and painting, as well as the tranquility of reading. I am also engaged in the ongoing process of learning to play the violin.

"Kinspire allows me the opportunity to connect with and support the success and growth of both the child and their family. I have seen quicker and greater success in the child's development through this approach."

Family Story

"I want you to know just how much you mean to our family. [Our son] has made incredible progress and you have been such an incredible part of his journey! You are just so kind, thoughtful, patient, and caring. We are grateful everyday to have you as a part of his incredible team."