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Get to Know Us and Our Philosophy

Get to Know Us and Our Philosophy






Pia Seltmann OTR/L

Pia is a pediatric occupational therapist born and raised in Germany and finished her education as an Occupational Therapist in 2002. She has been living and working in Washington, DC and the DMV area since 2009.


After working for many years in different settings, Pia decided to go all SENSORY! 

She started TAR Education in Motion as she noticed that often families with autistic children and children with disability struggle with implementing sensory strategies and receiving treatment in their own home environment. She can now be found in and around DC at the home of families empowering them with strategies to support their families. 



Victoria Guesva-Micklon



Christine Dasher OTR/L

Victoria received her Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Misericordia University in 2020.


Victoria grew up along the coast of New Jersey where she began her career working in the public school systems as well as a multidisciplinary clinic providing diagnostic services and intervention to neurodivergent and neurotypical populations.


Victoria has experience working with children grades PreK-8 addressing speech and language concerns in areas of articulation, receptive and expressive language, assistive and augmentative communication (AAC), fluency and pragmatic language disorders.

Victoria enjoys providing engaging, interactive and effective speech and language therapy to pediatric populations.


She is a lifelong learner who emphasizes the sensory and emotional needs of patients to promote regulation and an optimal learning environment. 

Christie Dasher is a pediatric occupational therapist with 25 years of experience.


She has an undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary and a master’s degree in occupational therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University. Christie specializes in sensory integration and was certified in sensory integration assessment and treatment through the University of Southern California/ Western Psychological Services program in 2002. She completed training in Therapeutic Listening and loves integrating a wide range of modalities into her treatment. Other areas of professional interest include vision, feeding, and psychosocial work with children/adolescents.


She has experience working in public and private schools, private practice, and home settings as an early intervention practitioner (birth through three years of age). For Christie the best part of her job is building relationships with clients and their families and using meaningful occupation/play to support participation and engagement in daily activities. Christie loves using a parent coaching model in her early intervention work and looks forward to expanding her practice with older children/adolescents into homes.


Christie’s personal interests include reading, hiking, swimming, and playing pickleball.


TAR Education in Motion is an out-of-network provider. Our services are often covered by out-of-network benefits. We recommend that you contact your insurance company before starting services to learn how much your particular plan will reimburse you. You will be provided with an itemized bill that includes all necessary information, including diagnostic and treatment codes.

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