About Us

The amaryllis flower essence is a natural remedy that supports the wisdom of the body. This is the heart of the work that we do and why we chose the name Amaryllis to represent our network of experienced therapists.

Cindy Clark, MS, OTR, BCP, CIMI/L

Director/Owner

Cindy Clark, MS, OTR, BCP, CIMI/L

As a board certified pediatric occupational therapist, Cindy has worked with young children and their families for 30 years.

Her fascination with the brain and nervous system has led her to explore the mind-body connection in children through her work with sensory integrative and craniosacral therapies. She enjoys sharing this information with parents and teachers through her workshops both locally and nationally.

She is also a certified infant massage instructor and trainer for the International Loving Touch Foundation.

Cindy is co-owner and director of Amaryllis Therapy Network.


Andrea DeKarske, MS, OTR

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Andrea DeKarske, MS, OTR

Andrea earned her Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Psychology and her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has enjoyed working with individuals with disabilities in various community, home, recreational, private clinic, and school settings for over seven years. As a pediatric occupational therapist, Andrea has worked in private clinic settings as well as school settings with preschool through high school aged students, including center-based programs for children with autism and severe needs.


Jennifer Covillo, OTR, SIPT, IMC

Occupational Therapist

Jenn C

Jenn has been an Occupational Therapist for 18 years, graduating from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She went through extensive study in the area of Sensory Integration and received her certification in 2001. She has done extensive studies in craniosacral therapy, neurovascular integration and lymph drainage therapy as well. She specializes in various types of craniosacral therapy, lymph drainage therapy and other manual therapies to help children with torticollis, sensory processing challenges and oral motor challenges for breastfeeding. Jenn enjoys using a variety of integrative approaches as well as traditional therapies to help children and families find balance and wellness.


Sarah A. Prowak, MS, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Sarah A. Porcelan, MS, OTR

Sarah is a pediatric occupational therapist who earned her Masters degree from Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY in 2009. She is registered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, registered by the state of Colorado and licensed by the State of New Jersey. Her interest lies in fusing a sensory integration approach with current and evidence-based treatment practices in both educational and clinical settings. She has experience working with children of all ages and abilities in both school and clinic settings. She enjoys working with children with special needs and their families in order to help them maximize their potential and achieve success and independence. Sarah is passionate about learning and has experience working as a clinical supervisor for Level I and Level II fieldwork students.


Skippy Lou

Certified Therapy Dog

Skippy

Handler – Sarah A. Prowak, MS, OTR/L

Skippy visits the clinic frequently to share his love with all the children and their families. He is certified through Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs. Skippy enjoys giving doggie licks, showing off his tricks, and the occasional ball chase! You can usually find Skippy getting a belly rub in the waiting room or attending sessions with children in order to provide animal assisted therapy and help them reach success!


Sheri Stanley, COTA

Intake Coordinator and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant

Sheri Stanley, COTA

Sheri Stanley attended college at Pima Medical Institute and graduated with honors in Associates of Occupational Sciences. She is currently working on receiving her Masters in Occupational Therapy at Western New Mexico University. Sheri has worked with different populations since school including geriatric rehabilitation. Sheri is a mother of five children, two boys and three girls ranging in age from 12-20. Sheri’s dream job has been to help children learn in an Occupational Clinic setting. In her free time Sheri likes to spend time with her family, going camping, hiking, recently she is trying to learn to knit and crochet.


Laura Elizabeth Baukol, M.A. CCC-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

Laura Elizabeth Baukol, M.A. CCC-SLP

Laura Elizabeth Baukol, M.A. CCC-SLP. Laura is a certified bilingual Speech Language Pathologist with a master’s degree from the University of Colorado Boulder. Laura is fluent in Spanish and specializes in working with culturally and linguistically diverse families with Latin American heritage. She received a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and studied in Spain while attending Indiana University. Laura has extensive experience with early intervention in addition to clinic based services. Laura believes in collaborating with families and other providers to address the needs of the child and family.

Laura has experience in the assessment and treatment of communication delays in children including: expressive/receptive language delays, cognitive disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Dysarthria and oral motor delays, and Autism spectrum disorders. She trained in the S.O.S. Feeding therapy by Kay Toomey and Oral Placement Therapy by Sara Rosenfeld Johnson.


Jennifer Spiric, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Jennifer Spiric, PT, DPT

Jen is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who graduated from the University of Colorado. She is bilingual in English/Spanish and enjoys interacting with families from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Jen has helped children in several settings including Early Intervention, private clinic and the public schools. Jen values a family-centered, individualized therapeutic approach to physical therapy. She is passionate about helping children and families understand the importance of regulating, coordinating and utilizing all of our sensory systems to move, play, learn and experience life. Jen enjoys working with children of all ages, but specializes in working with young children.


Susan Pfabe-Wiggans, PT

Physical Therapist

Susan Pfabe-Wiggans, PT

Susan became a physical therapist in 1986 and has worked with children in a variety of settings including The Children’s Hospital, school systems, and Early Intervention. She received her NDT (Neuro-Developmental Treatment) certification in 1990. She stayed home raising her 4 children from 1993 to 2007 and was then eager to return to physical therapy work.

She began working part-time at Amaryllis Therapy Network in 2007. Her primary area of interest is Early Intervention (birth – 3 years), and she truly enjoys working with babies, toddlers and their families.


Andrew Tarr

Solid Mountain Somatics

Andrew Tarr

Andrew Tarr completed the four year Feldenkrais Professional Training Program in 1996. In 2006 he completed the intensive Anat Baniel Method Child Mastery programs. With over 14 years in private practice, Andrew has successfully worked with a wide range of people, from infants to seniors, to those with physical and neurological injuries, to high performers such as musicians, actors, and athletes.

Andrew’s background includes a BA in Philosophy, collegiate and masters rowing, Contact Improvisation dance, coaching Special Olympics swim teams, and extensive experience with diverse populations of people with physical and cognitive challenges. He is also a senior student of Embodied Zen at the Integral Zen Center, in Denver.