Our Staff

Bailey Harris
Bailey attended the International Air and Hospitality Academy after graduating from high school in 2013. She completed a nine month course and received a certificate in Hotel and Restaurant Management. After getting married and moving to Oregon in 2014, Bailey worked as a hotel general manager and supervisor at a boutique inn for two years. In 2016 Bailey and her husband wanted to move back to Washington to be close to family again. As Bailey was searching for a new career path she felt led to work with families and children again. Growing up Bailey served in providing childcare at her church, did babysitting, and was a nanny for a year. Bailey found her way to Kids at Play Therapy because of her two younger siblings. Bailey has a heart for children and wanted to use her skills to make a difference and to be a helping hand in the lives of the Kids at Play Families.
Jessica W
Jessica recently graduated from Creighton University with her doctorate in Occupational Therapy. She has an eclectic background, where she studied and completed her BS in Resource Conservation, and her BFA and MFA in Modern Dance. Before pursuing occupational therapy, she danced and choreographed professionally throughout the US and has taught people of all ages and abilities dance, pilates and yoga. She has continued to deepen her passions for yoga and dance, during her time on her clinical rotation at Kids at Play Therapy, by developing a dance program and completing her training through the YogaCalm for Children curriculum. Also during her clinical rotations, she was able to work with children in a hippotherapy setting, and become certified in the Handwriting without Tears program, Interactive Metronome, and Integrated Listening Systems. During her free time, Jessica enjoys horseback riding, skiing, and hanging out with her friends and family. She is excited to continue learning and to be officially part of the KAPT team!
Jessica B
Jessica graduated from University of North Carolina- Greensboro with her graduate degree in communication sciences and disorders in 2014. She received her undergraduate degree from Washington State University. She is a licensed speech-language pathologist. Jessica holds a special interest in using hippotherapy, and has taken courses through Level II. She has experience with a variety of ages and speech-language disorders.