Jacqueline Underhill is a board-certified occupational therapist at Mid-Columbia
Her general practice focus is pediatric occupational therapy. Jacqueline
loves working in pediatric therapy to support the family unit as a whole
bringing peace, understanding, love and learning into the home through
practices that are creative and highly individualized.
Jacqueline completed her B.S. in Therapeutic Recreation at the University
of South Alabama in Mobile, where she also earned her M.S. in Occupational
Therapy. She continued her education with courses in Alpha-Stim, Masgutova
Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI) and Therapeutic Listening.
Prior to joining MCMC, Jacqueline was a pediatric therapist at Kidsense
Pediatric Therapy Center in Hood River, where she facilitated several
groups that addressed social interaction skills and general life skills
for teenagers. In addition, she led “Babysense,” a weekly
class where parents learn about infant development and receive hands-on
In her free time, Jacqueline enjoys thrifting for her next DIY project,
scrapbooking and watching romantic comedies. She also spends time outdoors
by camping, hiking and boating.