Carly Godzdanker, MS, OTR/L has been a pediatric occupational therapist both in-clinic and with early intervention since 2009. She specializes in feeding therapy taking a holistic approach considering oral motor coordination, medical history, sensory processing, trauma, and family dynamics. She also works with children with sensory processing challenges and motor coordination difficulties.
Carly has experience in both private practice and home health. Carly is trained in the CAN-EAT approach (a pediatric approach to feeding and swallowing), The Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding, TalkTools®, The AEIOU Systematic Approach (acceptance, exposure, independence, observation and understanding for integrated treatment of infants and young children with challenging feeding disorders using sensory, oral motor, biomedical and environmental strategies) as well as the Beckman Oral Motor Protocol to remediate and address difficulties with oral-motor skills and feeding.
Carly is trained in Interactive Metronome, Therapeutic Listening, Wilbarger Brushing Protocol, Brain Beats, Astronaut Training, and Handwriting Without Tears. Carly is also trained in Svetlana Musgutova’s Reflex Integration. Carly has spent the last 14 years practicing in Colorado and moved to Georgia in July ’23. In her free time, Carly enjoys snowboarding and hiking, and spending time outside with her husband and two daughters (ages 6 & 9).