TheraTree Pediatric Therapy
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Pediatric - Occupational - Speech - Physical - Therapy 

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Our Mission & Purpose

TheraTree’s purpose is to support the whole childmind, body and spirit.

Our therapeutic services treat:

Minds   by sprouting learning and strategies for life.

Bodies  by cultivating strong, agile muscles and motor skills.

Spirits by planting the seeds of happiness and confidence to flourish.  

Our Vision

TheraTree is rooted in teamwork, community, education, and research. 

  • TheraTree’s forest consists of a comprehensive team providing Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Physical Therapy Services to achieve it’s mission. 
  • TheraTree waters seeds of unity in the community (SPROUT)
  • Valuing education, TheraTree, LLC. mentors collegiate students who harvest cutting edge technology/strategies during their clinical rotations. 
  • Because research ripens evidence based intervention, TheraTree, LLC. enriches current research through pilot studies and case studies.

Our History

TheraTree was formally known as Lynn Occupational Therapy owned by Dale Lynn, OTR/L who established the company in 2000. The family own and operated company provided OT services to the Owensboro Area community for 15 years before outgrowing it's name by offering speech and physical therapy services. The need for rebranding the business provided an opportunity for Jessica Hatfield, MS, OTR/L to purchase the company and create TheraTree to encompass the many services provided. Although ownership has change, Jessica and Dale continue to work together provide the best care for clients and a collaborative working environment for employees. Together Dale and Jessica have established an incredible relationship with area pediatricians as well as many families in the special needs community. 

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Jessica K. Lynn Hatfield, MS, OTR/L, SIPT, CKTP, RYT200

Owner & CEO

 

Jessica serves the following organizations:

  • Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association
    • Member, 2010 - Present
    • Student Representative, 2011 - 2013 
    • Public Media Manager 2013 - Present 
  • American Occupational Therapy Association 
    • Member, 2010 - Present
  • Delta Omicron, International Music Fraternity
    • Social Chair, Zeta Chapter, 2008 - 2009
    • President, Zeta Chapter, 2009 - 2010
    • Province President, Alpha South Province, 2012 - 2014

Jessica Hatfield is the owner and CEO of TheraTree,LLC. She is a graduate of Spalding University with her Masters in Science of Occupational Therapy (2013) and the University of Louisville where she earned her Bachelors of Arts in Music (2010).  


Jessica grew up with Occupational Therapy as her father, Dale Lynn, is the founder of the company. Jessica helped Dale from making copies to painting the walls of his first office. Jessica and Dale volunteered at a therapeutic horseback riding stables where Jessica had her first vivid experience of how Occupational Therapy helps people achieve what they want in life. 


Jessica teaches the sensory integration content for the Madisonville OTA Program (2015 - Present). She has presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association's Conference (2018, 2019), Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (2019), Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association's annual conference (2015, 2016). She was invited as a guest presenter for AOTA's webinar series in 2020. She is currently a pilot tester & normative data collector for a new standardized assessment: Evaluation in Ayres Sensory Integration.


Jessica continues to perform music with many ensembles such as: Chamber Winds Louisville,  and occasionally subbing for the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra. She teaches clarinet, flute, saxophone, and oboe to children of all ages and all walks of life. 


  • Supporting Pediatric Resource Opportunities Unique to Therapy 
    • President 2019 - Present 
  • Owensboro Autism Network 
    • Executive Board Member, 2017 
    • President 2018 - 2019
  • Spading University Student Occupational Therapy Association 
    • Networking Chair, blue cohort 2010-2013. 
  • Ohio Equestrian's Inc. 
    • Volunteer, 2001-2007 & 2016

Kaitlin Alvey, MS, OTR/L

Clinical & Quality Manager


Mari Kaitlin Alvey earned her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Eastern Kentucky University. She earned a Bachelors of Science in Occupational Science from Eastern Kentucky University in 2015. Kaitlin completed additional certification for working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) through an Interdisciplinary Autism Certificate program. She has presented posters discussing social skills groups for individuals with autism at the OCALICON Autism Conference and the AOTA student conclave in 2016. She has had the opportunity to present to various housing staffs, at Eastern Kentucky University, about disability awareness in the residence halls and including students with disabilities in the housing environment. During her graduate assistantship, she was able to create a pilot mentoring program to promote the success of students with disabilities in higher education. She had the opportunity to present the program at the Milestones Autism Conference in 2017 and also in 2016 with her co-leader at the EKU Research Day. Kaitlin hopes to continue with creating and implementing new programs to promote the success and self-determination for individuals with disabilities. She has special interests in the areas of safety training, mental health, and autism spectrum disorder. She intends to complete research and pursue a doctorate. In her free time, Kailtin loves to run, craft, bake, decorate, and read. She also refinishes furniture and shops at antique malls with her family.

Dale E. Lynn, OTR/L

Patient Care Coordinator


Dale Lynn has been practicing occupational therapy for over 20 years.  Dale graduated with his Bachelors of Science in Occupational Therapy in 1998 at Indiana University Medical Center. He began specializing in pediatric services upon opening Lynn Occupational in 2000. As an OT practitioner, Dale has served in many organizations throughout the state including the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Occupational Therapy (board member) and the Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association (President). 

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