Curtis Schwieterman, MSc OT, MSW
Occupational Therapist, Certified Sensory Integration Therapist, Certified Listening Therapist
Curtis joined Sensory Kids in May 2015. Curtis earned a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy at the University of Limerick and is registered with CORU. Curtis works at Sensory Kids as a pediatric occupational therapist with a focus on sensory integration. He completed Sensory Integration Therapy certification with the University of Southern California. Curtis is certified to deliver the Therapeutic Listening® program as well as the Tomatis Method. Curtis has experience working with children living with with Autism Spectrum, Sensory Processing Disorders, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), Developmental Delays, Learning Difficulties and more.
Curtis received his Masters in Social Work from Temple University in Philadelphia, United States. Curtis counselled urban youth aged 6-15. He has worked directly with people experiencing homelessness, individuals and families living in poverty, and individuals living with HIV/AIDS. In Kramatorsk, Ukraine, Curtis taught English to pupils in grades 6 – 11 and organised English clubs for children, university students, and adults. He also developed city-wide and nation-wide programs to educate and train youth. Curtis taught cultural anthropology courses at Kansas State University in the United States.