Clay White, LLC Therapeutic Programs, Activity Based and Sensory Driven.

Who Do We Think We Are?

It's All About The Staff

Clay White, LLC is made up many Master's level professionals dedicated to providing additional therapeutic services to children already receiving Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and/or Special Education services. We work with children with learning disabilities and dyslexia as well as those with Asperger's and autism. We have an in-depth understanding of developmental issues and how they relate to socialization, group awareness, and self-esteem.

Clay White

Clay White, M.Ed. For over 30 years, Clay has worked with children with sensory processing and motor coordination issues in a wide variety of public and private institutions. He has received state-wide as well as national awards for his work with hundreds of children in Atlanta every year. He has developed life-long friendships with scores of professional colleagues over the years, many of whom are directly involved with the PEOTSI DAY CAMP.
Dyed in the wool TARHEEL.


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Stephanie Young, M.S.,OTR/L Steph did her master's thesis on the effectiveness of the Outdoor Sensory Adventures program while hiking with us 4 years. In her spare time she builds sensory playgrounds for Ukranian orphanages (no kidding). Stephanie Young will run bicycling and the Engine Club. During the school year, Steph is an OT at Atlanta Speech School.
Diehard Bulldog fan.


Charlie Johnson

Charlie Johnson, OTR/L Charlie is an accomplished outdoorsman and carpenter. He applies these skills to his OT work. He helps his clients to use tools to build skateboards then teaches them how to ride. Kids learn to repair their own bikes. He includes his clients in the process of building treehouses. Charlie is in private practice in the Sandy Springs / Dunwoody area.
Bates College Bobcats!


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Brian Ivey, B.A. Brian has worked with Clay White, LLC for eighteen years, he helps run the PEOTSI Sports Program, and currently teaches at the High Meadows School. That experience comes in handy when taking kids on a day trip. Whether it’s tubing down the river in Helen, having fun at Camp Calvin, or playing with rabbits and pigs at Morning Glory Farm, Brian makes sure everyone has fun and gets back on time. With three kids of his own, Brian has an invaluable perspective when it comes to balancing excitement with safety.
Kennesaw State Owls.


Jenny Welty-Green, Ed.S, ATR-BC

Jenny Welty-Green, Ed.S, ATR-BC Jenny began her career as an art therapist working with Clay in residential treatment centers and psychiatric hospitals almost three decades ago. She holds certifications in art therapy, art and special education. She now primarily works with students with Emotional and behavioral challenges as well as autism through the GNETS special education program at South Metro. Her side gigs include working with Clay’s PEOTSI program (yes, she’s managed to tolerate Clay for 30 years…) as well as CHOA at Egleston, Piedmont-Fayette Cancer Wellness Center and bereavement work through Hospice of Northeast Georgia Medical Center. Since she’s a graduate of U of L, a casual Cardinal’s fan she is.


Linsay Reijmer, OTR/L

Linsay Reijmer, OTR/L Linsay is a Michigan-native who moved to Atlanta in 2018 to start her career as an occupational therapist. She graduated from Eastern Michigan University with her undergraduate and graduate degrees. She works at the Atlanta Speech School and works with Clay White camps and day programs to fill her need for outdoor sensory adventures. In her free time, she enjoys running, practicing yoga, eating at restaurants, baking, and watching reality television. She lives in Brookhaven with her husband and dog, Bentley.
Eastern Michigan Eagles


Tinsley Martin, OTR/L

Tinsley Martin, OTR/L Tinsley is an Atlanta native and pediatric occupational therapist. She chose to become an OT because she wanted to help children become confident and successful in their daily lives through creativity and play. During the work week, Tinsley works in the Stepping Stones preschool at the Atlanta Speech School supporting children in the classroom to develop their sensory processing and fine, gross, and visual motor skills. Tinsley also sees children 1:1 at the outpatient clinic at the Atlanta Speech School, where she emphasizes developing strong relationships which she believes are essential to successful therapy.
Bulldog Fan


Adrin Akins

Adrin Akins Adrin is a Georgia native who has been teaching music for over 20 years. He has worked with students ranging from infants to adults, and all ages in-between. With a background in both Music Education as well as Music Therapy, he uses music as a therapeutic tool in addition to a musical curriculum. He is currently the music teacher for The Atlanta Speech School where he works with many different populations, including students with hearing impairments, dyslexia, language disorders, and sensory processing impairments. Through music as a therapeutic tool, he works to build up nonmusical goals, vocabulary,and self-confidence.
Yellow Jacket


Gayle White

Gayle White, M.Ed. serves as "Fruitie Tootie", our fruit lady during the afternoon fruit break. With twenty years of special education teaching experience in Fulton County, Gayle is eminently qualified to slice watermelon, hand out oranges, and determine who has eaten too many grapes. Gayle is also an Orten-Gillingham tutor. In her spare time, she serves as Clay's wife.
Emory University Eagles.


Keland Scher M.S., OTR/L

Keland Scher M.S., OTR/L. Keland (Key the Clown”) worked with circus arts for kids for seven years before going to occupational therapy school. His graduate work led him to incorporate both his professional clown experience (he's a certified clown, yes, there is such a thing) and circus arts skill into his work with children receiving OT. His clients work on balance by walking on stilts or standing on a circus ball. Hand-eye coordination and motor planning can improve with juggling exercises, etc. Keland is an important part of our camp program as well as Social Club. His full time job is with the Gwinnett County Schools


ASA's National Program of the Year, 2005
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