Meet The Team

Meet The Team

Danielle Amster, OTR

Danielle completed her graduate degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University in 2000. After working for many years with children experiencing sensory difficulties, learning disabilities, difficulty developing friendships, and self regulation issues, she recognized that no one was working with the teenagers and adults who experience the same challenges! This prompted Danielle to found SensoryWellness in 2015, a practice that is dedicated specifically to working with adults and teenagers. Danielle is passionate about helping individuals feel empowered to make changes in their own lives and she strongly believes that people can affect positive change at any age. She enjoys working with her clients to uncover the root causes of their difficulties as well as coordinating with her husband and favorite nutritionist, David.

Danielle is dedicated to staying up-to-date on the latest advances in relevant areas of study, including sensory processing theory, reflex integration, neuroscience, and the biology of trauma, anxiety, and self-regulation. She is known for her gentle cheerleading style and her commitment to “making life easier” for her clients.

Danielle is a dedicated mother above all, and finds her greatest enjoyment spending quality time with her husband and five beautiful children – especially outdoors!

      Ariella Neuman, OTR

Ariella completed her graduate degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University in 2005, where she received the Award for Excellence in Gerontology. Ariella has extensive experience working with individuals of all ages, specializing in helping those with sensory processing disorders, learning disabilities, social-emotional challenges, and autism spectrum disorders. Her holistic approach allows her to seamlessly combine body-based methodologies with her training and experience helping those with trauma, anxiety, and difficulty with self regulation.

Ariella’s dedication to learning and professional growth adds depth to her clinical expertise. She continuously participates in post graduate trainings and strives to bring new information to her clients on a regular basis.

Ariella has a passion for helping people no matter the age find their strengths from within and move beyond their obstacles. She believes each person has their own unique journey and she feels honored and blessed when she is able to be a part of that journey.

Lea Price, PT

Lea completed her graduate degree in Physical Therapy from New York Medical College in 2003. She has worked with patients from infancy to adulthood across the spectrum of life. For the past 13 years Lea has specialized in working with children and young adults with autism spectrum disorders, and sensory processing disorders. Additionally, she has experience working with a multitude of diagnoses related to motor and neurodevelopmental delay and dysfunction such as Cerebral Palsy and Down syndrome. She is passionate about treating the whole person in helping them achieve their functional goals.

Lea is a lifelong learner, and is excited to constantly learn new methods and techniques to help her patients optimize success and achieve their potential.

Outside of work, Lea loves to run and spend time with her husband and five children, especially while traveling to national parks and other beautiful destinations.

David Amster, MS, CNS

David is a Certified Nutrition Specialist and holds a graduate degree in Clinical Nutrition from Maryland University of Integrative Health. David uses a holistic and individualized approach that includes assessing both diet and lifestyle factors that contribute to functioning. He specializes in helping those with digestive health challenges including food sensitivities, irritable bowel syndrome, and autoimmune related digestive issues.

David finds great satisfaction helping people heal and strengthen their physiological systems through diet, nutrition, and lifestyle strategies. His unique model of assessment and evaluation also allows for optimal results for those experiencing anxiety, sensory processing difficulties, and trauma.

David is dedicated to staying on top of the latest research in the field and how findings can be applied in a clinical setting. When he isn’t seeing clients he is likely engrossed in a continuing education course or reading the latest research paper.

Outside of work David spends time cooking healthy dinners for the family and enjoys outdoor adventures with his wife and 5 children.