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Taylor Guthrie


Taylor holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Science and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. He graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 2013 and Washington University School of Medicine in 2015. Taylor loves to find the “why” behind behaviors and equip kids with coping strategies to successfully overcome their sensory challenges. In his free time, Taylor loves long walks with his Pitbull “Gellar”, Crossfit, and volunteering with his church. If Taylor could have one super-human power, it would be teleportation so he could travel and because he does not like to be late.

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Taylor Reynolds COTA/L

Taylor is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant. She holds an Associates of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from Arkansas Tech University – Ozark. She is bilingual, speaking English and Spanish. She also knows American Sign Language. She came to KULA because she loves the wonderful and dynamic world of pediatrics. Taylor has a heart for helping children with sensory processing disorders. Se especially loves facing challenges side-by-side with her patients and making everything into a song. Taylor is passionate about helping people to help themselves. She loves traveling, cats, hiking and harmonizing. In her free time, Taylor works in her church’s nursery, Sunday School, and serves on the worship team. She also plays the Ukelele and plans to live in Africa with her husband someday.

Taylor Guthrie


Taylor holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Science and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. He graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 2013 and Washington University School of Medicine in 2015. Taylor loves to find the “why” behind behaviors and equip kids with coping strategies to successfully overcome their sensory challenges. In his free time, Taylor loves long walks with his Pitbull “Gellar”, Crossfit, and volunteering with his church. If Taylor could have one super-human power, it would be teleportation so he could travel and because he does not like to be late.

Physical Therapy Assistant


Taylor Reynolds COTA/L

Taylor is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant. She holds an Associates of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from Arkansas Tech University – Ozark. She is bilingual, speaking English and Spanish. She also knows American Sign Language. She came to KULA because she loves the wonderful and dynamic world of pediatrics. Taylor has a heart for helping children with sensory processing disorders. Se especially loves facing challenges side-by-side with her patients and making everything into a song. Taylor is passionate about helping people to help themselves. She loves traveling, cats, hiking and harmonizing. In her free time, Taylor works in her church’s nursery, Sunday School, and serves on the worship team. She also plays the Ukelele and plans to live in Africa with her husband someday.

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