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“When we feel organized and comfortable within our environment, we grow and thrive to be the best version of ourself.”

Amy Molley, owner of Sensible Sensory Spaces, believes that everyone should have their own personal space within their home that fulfills one’s sensory needs and is a desired place to retreat. Whether a child with sensory processing difficulties or an adult in need of decorating a room or office, we all deserve to feel serene. Amy further believes that a sensory space can fit into any budget. Such sensory spaces are personal and thus, must be tailored for individual needs. Sensory spaces can be designed according to one’s sensory needs, but also to one’s home décor preferences or interior design. The possibilities are endless! The ability to provide someone with their own sensory space is truly a gift.

Amy was excited to open her own business in 2014. It was a dream of hers to combine her knowledge of sensory integration along with her passion for working with children with special needs and her love for interior design.

Amy graduated with a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from Brenau University. She has been practicing Occupational Therapy since 2006 in the area of pediatrics. Amy has experience in a variety of settings including school system, home health, and private practice.

​Amy has experience working with children birth to 21 years of age with diagnoses including developmental delay, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, and Sensory Processing Disorder. Amy has completed continuing education programs for sensory integration, BRMT reflexes, feeding, handwriting, vision, and neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT). She is trained in Handwriting Without Tears and Therapeutic Listening.

Amy continues to work part time in a pediatric private practice and enjoys using a Floortime approach while attending to children’s individual sensory needs.

Amy believes in building a strong rapport with individuals and families and strives to encourage function and independence for carryover across all settings to improve one’s quality of life.