Meet Our Team

Jennifer BerryJennifer Berry


Jennifer is the owner of Spectrum Pediatrics and an Occupational Therapist who received her B.S. Degree in Education from Bowling Green State University and a M.S. Degree in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University. Jennifer’s love for children led her to provide occupational therapy services to children with a variety of developmental delays and special needs.  Jennifer specializes in working with infants and toddlers with feeding disorders, motor impairments and atypical sensory processing.  Jennifer founded the Spectrum Pediatrics Tube Weaning Program and is driven to help children develop happy and healthy relationships with food. She also believes passionately in providing play-based therapy in order to help children bloom and grow. Jennifer uses a light-hearted, family-friendly, and natural approach to make therapy both beneficial and fun. Contact Jennifer

Kathy BaileyKathy Bailey


Kathy is a Physical Therapist who received her B.A. in Psychology and English from Catholic University in Washington, DC and a M.S. degree in Physical Therapy from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. She has worked in the pediatric field both in school based and early intervention settings focusing on helping children of all ages who have developmental disabilities. Kathy’s treatment philosophy centers on maximizing each child’s ability by providing an enriched environment that allows a child to experience success. She believes collaboration with families to generate practical strategies to address areas of need is key to facilitating a child’s development, skill acquisition, and independence.

Kerry BrineKerry Brine

Kerry is an Occupational Therapist who received her BSOT and MSOT from Boston University. Kerry has worked with children of all ages in school, clinic, and home settings. Kerry is also a certified kids yoga instructor and loves incorporating yoga into her OT sessions as well as teaching yoga classes for children and families. Kerry has four children and understands the challenges of balancing work, play, and family time. She strives to collaborate with families to explore fun and therapeutic activities that fit in to their unique family routines and interests.

Krystina BurkeKrystina Burke


Krystina is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from The Pennsylvania State University and her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola University, Maryland. Krystina believes passionately in functional individualized therapy that impacts the child and empowers their family. Krystina has worked in a variety of settings including preschool, nonpublic special education school, and hospital outpatient rehab. She has worked with children in the areas of voice, expressive and receptive language, and articulation. Krystina is a PROMPT-trained therapist and ChildLight trained Children’s Yoga Instructor. Krystina has specialized experience in feeding therapy, and is a member of the Spectrum Pediatrics Feeding Team. Krystina enjoys thinking creatively to help children communicate and thrive to achieve their full potential.

Kerri SimmsKerri Simms

Kerri is the office manager at Spectrum Pediatrics, managing daily operations. She has several years experience in office management and healthcare settings and started her career in early childhood education. Kerri thrives off of minimizing the stress and worry families experience when looking to help their little ones with special needs. Kerri is kind, professional, and organized and walks families through the process of getting services at Spectrum Pediatrics with ease. Kerri is an asset to her colleagues and serves as the go-to-resource for the Spectrum Pediatrics team for managerial and administrative functions. When Kerri isn’t working hard to make Spectrum Pediatrics great, she and her husband are spending time with their three beautiful children.

Brianna CraiteBrianna Craite


Brianna is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of New Hampshire and graduated from the University of the District of Columbia where she obtained her M.S. degree in Speech Language Pathology. Brianna has worked with children in a variety of settings such as preschool, acute care hospital, outpatient rehab, and elementary school prior to and while attending graduated school. Although she grew up in the Boston, MA area and is a Red Sox fan at heart, you may often find her enjoying a Washington Nationals game. Brianna enjoys helping children achieve their communication goals with their families.

Colleen DonleyColleen Donley


Colleen is a Physical Therapist who received her B.S. in Kinesiology and Psychology from the University of Virginia and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from The George Washington University.  Colleen has experience working with children in a variety of settings including the school system, early intervention, aquatics, and outpatient clinics.  She has worked with children from birth through the ages of 21 with a vast range of physical and intellectual disabilities.  Colleen enjoys working with children and their families both inside and outside the home, but most enjoys bringing in knowledge from an inter-disciplinary team to meet children’s needs in all areas and ensure their success.

Lauren FosterLauren Foster


Lauren is an occupational therapist who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Boston University, and a master and doctoral degree in occupational therapy from the University of Kansas. Before moving to Virginia, Lauren was a clinical assistant professor in Occupational Therapy Education Department at the University of Kansas Medical Center. While at the University of Kansas, Lauren co-directed the Sensory Supported Swimming program, a program that teaches swimming to children with autism. Along with her teaching responsibilities, she also published numerous articles on best practices for young children with special needs. Lauren’s practice philosophy emphasizes building on the strengths and resources of children and their families to promote child development.

Ashley GlasserAshley Glasser


Ashley is an Occupational Therapist who received her B.A. degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her M.S. degree in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University. Ashley's interest in helping children with disabilities, developmental delays, and various special needs began during her undergraduate education while working in a group home for young boys diagnosed with autism. Prior to graduate school, Ashley worked for three years as a special education teacher in a K-5 classroom for children with moderate to profound developmental disabilities. Throughout her time as a teacher, and now as an Occupational Therapist, Ashley's passion for working with these populations has been rooted in the desire to help every child feel included and experience life to its fullest.

Jamie HincheyJamie Hinchey


Jamie is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of South Carolina.  She is originally from Rhode Island and obtained her M.S. degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Northeastern University in Boston, MA.  Jamie has worked in a variety of clinical settings with both adult and pediatric clients, but she has always had a passion for working with young children and their families. Jamie enjoys seeing the direct impact she has had on a child’s ability to communicate with their family and loved ones.  She loves the family-centered approach used at Spectrum Pediatrics.  Jamie feels strongly about working collaboratively with team members to allow children to reach their maximum potential in their most natural environment.

Tracy HuppertTracy Huppert Magee


Tracy is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her B.S.Ed. and a M.Ed. in the field of Communication Disorders from the University of Virginia. She has extensive experience in aiding children with expressive and receptive language, articulation, and social skills. She also has expertise in PROMPT Therapy, feeding therapy and is a member of the Spectrum Pediatrics Feeding Team. Tracy utilizes play-based strategies in order to make learning new skills fun and functional for the child. She works with each family to develop a plan that is as individual as the child. Tracy is passionate about helping children communicate with the people they love.

Noemi MartinezNoemi Martinez


Noemi is a Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist who received her B.S in Social Sciences from the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus and gained her M.S in Speech-Language Pathology from El Turabo University in Puerto Rico. Before moving to the United States, Noemi had her own clinic, providing screenings, evaluations and treatment services to young children and school age children. She also has worked with adults in outpatient’s centers, Home Health Services. Since Noemi moved to Virginia she began working in early intervention and family-centered services has become her passion. Noemi works closely with bilingual families, providing support, helping them to develop and improve their children communication skills.

Heidi Liefer MorelandHeidi Liefer Moreland


Heidi is a speech therapist and the Clinical Coordinator for Spectrum Pediatrics Tube Weaning Program. Heidi has worked with children and families with many different challenges in a variety of settings.  She started out as a pre-school teacher in southern Illinois, which included both classroom time and home visits to work with the families.  After completing her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology, she worked for UNC Hospitals and then Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.  In her time at the children’s hospital, she focused primarily on feeding and swallowing disorders, completing coursework to become a Certified Lactation Counselor and a Board Recognized Specialist in swallowing.  Heidi loves interacting with children, but her favorite part of her job is teaching and supporting families, so they can recognize and develop their children's abilities in all their daily activities and interactions.

Cindi StevensCindi Stevens


Cindi is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her B.S. Degree in Linguistics from Georgetown University and her M.A. Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from George Washington University. Cindi has worked with families and children with a variety of language, articulation and social skills needs in homes, childcare centers, clinics and schools during her career. Cindi is supportive in her interactions with families and children as she helps kids discover their own power within — the power to understand and use language, to socialize with others, to relate to their own and others’ emotions, and to take the world in through their 5 senses. She is PROMPT-trained, and has expertise in helping children with auditory and visual processing, social-emotional skills, school readiness skills, creativity and innovation, critical thinking. Her passion for early childhood development paired with over 20 years of experience as a speech-language pathologist gives Cindi the tools to help children blossom and succeed.

Tracey UrbansokTracey Urbansok


Tracey is an Occupational Therapist who graduated with a B.A. in psychology from Concordia University in California and with her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Western Michigan University. Prior to and after graduating, Tracey has worked with children in a variety of settings such as, outpatient rehab, preschools, elementary to high school, camps, a trauma assessment center and within social and feeding groups. Before becoming an occupational therapist, Tracey worked and lived in Southern California for many years where she continued a passion for working with children by taking additional coursework in early education. She recently moved to Virginia from New York City, and has a love for learning, teaching, working with others, traveling, cooking and following her childhood sport of gymnastics.

Mary WestphalMary Westphal


Mary works as a member of the Office Management Team at Spectrum Pediatrics. She earned her BS in Early Childhood Education from George Mason University and her MED in Special Education from Shenandoah University. Raised in a military family, she has lived in many places and has experienced many cultures. After years as a Special Education Teacher in the Fredericksburg area, she moved to Northern Virginia and transitioned into corporate management. As a mother to two adult children and “Gigi” to two granddaughters, she has a great passion for being an active participant in little one’s exploration of the world around them and watching them flourish. In her spare time, Mary enjoys painting, sports and travel.