Mandy Oestreich, OTR/L is the owner of Treehouse Therapy. She has been an occupational therapist since 2002 and has most of her experience in pediatrics. She has a love for children and has a strong background in sensory processing disorders. Her experience in pediatrics includes private practice as well as schools. Mandy has loved living in New Bern and is excited to provide pediatric occupational therapy services to the surronding area.
Mandy Oestreich, OTR/L
Amber Smith, COTA/L
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Amber Smith, COTA/L is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant. She graduated from Pitt Community College in December of 2013 and majority of her experience is in a Pediatric Outpatient setting. Children hold a very special place in her heart and she is very excited to provide occupational therapy services to children and their families in New Bern and the surrounding areas.
Tracy Hayes, OTR/L
Tracy Hayes, OTR/L is an occupational therapist who has been practicing since 1999 after graduating from East Carolina University. She has worked with both adults and pediatrics throughout her career. Her pediatric experience has been in Early Intervention (Birth to 3yrs), School System, and Outpatient OT. She is excited to be working with children at Treehouse Therapy to help them reach their goals and full potential!Tracy is married to a retired Marine and has two children. She and her family enjoy game/movie nights, visiting Walt Disney World as often as they can, and traveling to Raleigh to cheer on their beloved Carolina Hurricanes – GO CANES!
Robin Di Giacomo M.A.,CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Robin Di Giacomo, M.S., CCC-SLP is a bilingual (Spanish/English) Speech Pathologist who has been practicing for 35 years, primarily in the area of pediatrics. She has worked at Children's Hospital of Alabama and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta with both inpatients and outpatients, and has also worked in private clinics and school systems. Prior to moving to New Bern in 2018, Robin was a Clinical Instructor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at the University of Virginia. Robin and her husband Alex love the New Bern area and surrounding small communities like Beaufort and Swansboro. She is passionate about the field of Speech Pathology and about how therapy can improve the lives of children with communication disorders.