Onalee Roe, MOTR/L
Onalee Roe, MOTR/LOccupational Therapist
Onalee has always loved working with children and with people of all ages who have disabilities. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from Northern Arizona University and her Master of Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University. Onalee has worked in a variety of pediatric settings, including clinic, home, school, and community settings. She loves building relationships with clients and their parents and supporting them to participate in the activities they need and want to do. Onalee has extensive training in treating children with sensory processing challenges, and she completed the Level 1 Mentorship Program at the STAR Institute in Denver, which is the premier research, treatment, and education center for people with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). She is a certified Yoga Calm Youth Instructor and is passionate about empowering kids to be in control of their bodies and emotions. Onalee recently became trained in hippotherapy, which utilizes the movement of horses to help clients reach their therapy goals. Some summers, she works at a camp in the Rocky Mountains for children with varying abilities (Adam’s Camp), and she takes so much joy in pairing her love of the outdoors with her passion for children.

Onalee’s other passions include hiking, reading, speaking Spanish, traveling, and spending time with her husband and her dog.

Julie Cline, MSOTR/L
Julie Cline, MSOTR/LOccupational Therapist
Julie graduated from University of Indianapolis in 2004 with a Masters of Occupational Therapy. Soon after graduation, she moved to Portland, Oregon and subsequently practiced in a variety of settings including subacute and skilled, inpatient rehabilitation, acute care, and most recently at Randall Children’s Hospital in rehabilitation and trauma. Julie has ten years of extensive training working in two interdisciplinary inpatient rehabilitation programs with both adults and pediatrics with brain injury, stroke, burns, multiple trauma, amputations, orthopedic injuries, progressive and other neurological disorders, with an expertise and passion working with spinal cord injury individuals. Julie and her family recently moved to Bend in spring of 2018 where she acquired a rehab position with Treehouse Therapies practicing at the Healing Reins Farm location. She has truly enjoyed being able to practice treating children in this natural environment and has recently began utilizing Hippotherapy as a treatment modality. Julie loves using a holistic approach in treating her clients and is passionate about advocating for her children and families so they can get integrated into their community and reach their highest rehab potential.

In her free time, she loves spending time with her two young daughters, husband, and animals as well as traveling, being outdoors, and being active- running, yoga, biking, skiing, and climbing.