Marie Anzalone

Marie Anzalone, ScD, OTR, FAOTA, is Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy at Virginia Commonwealth University and a LEND faculty member at the Albert Einstein Medical School in the Bronx, NY. She was previously on the faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University. Marie has presented and published extensively in the area of sensory processing in infants and young children. Dr. Anzalone is a Graduate Fellow of Zeroto-Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families (she was the first occupational therapist to have received this honor), and a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association. She has served as a consultant to the New York State Department of Education in the development of preschool service guidelines, the New York Early Intervention system in the development of practice guidelines. Her current research focuses on mother child interaction during play, goodness-of-fit between parents and children with regulatory or sensory processing disorders, and the efficacy of sensory integration intervention with children who have autism. She, along with Gordon Williamson, is the author of Sensory integration and Self-Regulation in Infants and Toddlers: Helping Very Young Children Interact with their Environment.

Financial: Marie Anzalone receives ahonorarium from Education Resources.
Non-Financial: She has a non-financial relationship with Zero to Three, Publishers and Therapy Skill builders

Marie's Courses:

Sensory Integration and Self-Regulation in Early Intervention and Preschool

Sensory Processing Disorder in Young Children: An Advanced Course Early Intervention and Preschool

What others are saying:

"I enjoyed the teaching style of the instructor more than any previous SI instructor I have experienced."

"Found this course informative and inspirational. It is a good adjunct for any discipline working with preschool and EI children with developmental and/or sensory concerns."

"Marie was interactive, flexible and helpful. She was able to adapt the course to meet the class's objectives and requests for learning. Thank you!"