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Early Choice
Pediatric Therapy




Although Early Choice Pediatric Therapy (ECPT) has been through several incarnations since its initial inception in 2002 this privately owned pediatric therapy clinic has remained faithful to it’s original mission statement: “To provide quality occupational, [physical and speech therapy]; to be an innovative program which supports cutting-edge treatment and evaluation approaches; to provide education and support to families; and to increase awareness of sensory integration and neuromotor issues that affect the pediatric population.”

In 2018 ECPT became entirely focused on Occupational Therapy. It continues to be owned and operated by its original founders and co-owners, Robin Pelletier PT, MPT, Executive Director, and Elizabeth Lehl, OTL, Clinical Director. While Robin no longer provides direct PT service at ECPT she does consult (by appointment only,) and she continues as the primary administrator of the practice. Elizabeth, with nearly 30 years of pediatric experience in a variety of settings, provides Occupational Therapy to children birth through 18 years in one-on-one sessions in a fun, playful environment, with her primary focus being on fostering mastery, self-confidence and self-esteem in each child while providing education and support to parents and families.

They do amazing work and everyone there is so kind and sweet I recommend this place for anyone’s child.
— Brittany Hughes




Elizabeth Lehl, OTL 

Elizabeth is an occupational therapist, founder, co-owner, and the Clinical Director of Early Choice Pediatric Therapy, PLLC.  She received her degree in Occupational Therapy from Pacific University.  Elizabeth has practiced in the field of pediatric therapy for nearly 30 years in a variety of settings including Early Intervention, in-patient and out-patient hospital and private practice.  She has specialized in Sensory Integration Therapy and is SIPT certified. She is also certified in the Therapeutic Listening Program and SAMONAS Sound Therapy.  Elizabeth has also trained in bodywork modalities including Craniosacral Therapy and is certified in Infant Massage. Her current continuing education projects include the fields of Dyslexia and Dyscalculia, Anxiety and Reflex Integration. She also has special interest in Energy and Reiki healing modalities.

When not working with children Elizabeth enjoys hiking, reading, creative writing and crocheting. She is a member of a Clark County search and rescue team, Search Dogs NW, and sings with Rock Voices, a Portland-based community rock chorus.