Christine Boffa, OTR/L is a Licensed Pediatric Occupational Therapist, received her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Seton Hall University in 2009. She completed her Pediatric Level II clinical affiliation at Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Jersey and her Level I clinical affiliation at the Churchill School in Manhattan.

In early 2010, Christine joined Atlantic Health Systems’ Goryeb Children’s Hospital, and within a year advanced to the primary pediatric Occupational Therapist position at the Children’s Hospital.

In addition to working at Goryeb, Christine works as an OT for The New Jersey Early Intervention System (NJEIS), under the Division of Family Health Services. She is also an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University, teaching acute pediatric rehabilitation to OT students.

Christine’s primary OT focus is working with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and younger school-age children. Her fields of expertise include treatment of self-regulation, sensory processing, motor planning, fine motor, and visual spatial/perceptual motor.

Christine’s clients and their families appreciate her sense of humor, compassion, and strong therapeutic use of self. She enjoys her relationships with clients’ families and the collaborative process we engender to achieve the best possible outcome for each child.

Christine also enjoys volunteering. She is a mentor in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program, and serves as a Run Coach for the Team in Training program of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Christine joined the Interactive Child Development family in 2013.