Lisa Sarazin, COTA

Solving problems and boosting safety are the focus of Lisa Sarazin’s work as an occupational therapy assistant. She wants her patients to be able leave the hospital with the confidence and knowledge of how to function safely at home.

Lisa has practiced at Adventist Health since 1990, after earning an associate degree in occupational therapy from Mount Hood Community College. She’s also certified in LSVT BIG, a specialized therapy for patients with Parkinson’s disease.

When she’s not helping patients, Lisa enjoys camping, cycling, reading, and watching movies. She rides in the Reach the Beach event every year to benefit the American Lung Association.

Kaitlin Gaspich, OTR/L

Kaitlin Gaspich leads with empathy and careful listening as she works to develop occupational therapy plans for her patients. Her passion is ensuring a smooth rehabilitation process for her patients during an acute care stay by coordinating with the treatment team, the patient and family members.

Gaspich earned her master’s degree in occupational therapy at University of Puget Sound. She works in neurological rehabilitation, with a focus on recovery from strokes and the visual system.

With a childhood spent in the Pacific Northwest, Gaspich enjoys camping, hiking and backpacking. She once walked 500 miles across Spain on the famous pilgrimage trail the Camino de Santiago.

Josh Kiener, OTR/L, PT, DPT

Having degrees in both physical and occupational therapy, Josh Kiener has a unique skill set for an integrated approach to rehabilitation that includes the behavioral, anatomical and psychosocial aspects of each patient. He specializes in vestibular rehabilitation therapy, which helps people improve balance and reduce dizziness and vertigo.

Kiener earned both a doctorate degree in physical therapy and a master’s degree in occupational therapy at the University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, California. He believes in treating every patient with respect and recognizing the individuality of each patient.

When he’s not at work, Kiener is hanging with his wife and pets. He enjoys getting outside for hiking and backpacking, surfing, snowboarding and skateboarding. He also likes playing music with friends and photography.

Liberty "Libby" Case, MOT OTR/L

As an occupational therapist, Liberty “Libby” Case thrives on providing the highest quality of client- and family-centered care.

That interest in whole-person care matches the philosophy of Adventist Health, where Case specializes in acute orthopedic and neuro re-education.

Case earned her master’s degree in occupational therapy from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon, where she serves now as an adjunct faculty member for the School of Occupational Therapy.

Case is a patient and collaborative therapist, believing treatment should be a rich mixture of evidence-based therapeutic interventions and outside-of-the-box thinking.

Assistance dogs are an area of special interest for Case. She is a member of the board of an assistance dog organization and previously held a position on a crisis intervention team to assist students and school teams in emotional crisis using assistance dogs. She has published in various medical journals and presented at both the state and national level on topics specific to ethical considerations of dogs in therapy and service dogs as alternative options for assistive devices.

A native Portlander, Case also enjoys hiking, watching movies, exploring new restaurants and spending time with her family and two dogs.

Molly Woolf, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Occupational therapist Molly Woolf loves to motivate her patients to do their best and accomplish their goals.

Woolf earned her bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy from the University of the Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. She specializes in the caring for the elderly and stroke rehabilitation. She is passionate about encouraging patients to do better than their expectations, to push themselves a little more. She believes it is important to encourage patients and remind them that they are valued. She has more than 35 years of experience working in rehabilitation.

A Portland native, Woolf love the mountains—a passion inspired by her mountain-climbing father. She also enjoys her three grandchildren and helping them laugh and experience the world. She plays the violin and also enjoys singing and dancing.