Occupational Therapy Providers

Christine Mock, OTR/L, CHT

Christine completed her undergraduate degree in health science and a master’s in occupational therapy from Loma Linda University in 2015. She has focused her practice to specialize in the upper extremity. She is a Certified Hand Therapist with experience in treatment of injuries from the shoulder down. She likes to design her therapy sessions around evidence based practice utilizing the time that she has with her patients well and helping them learn what they can do to help themselves. She has several years of experience designing upper extremity orthotics and fitting splints to ensure that her patients have the best support to heal quickly and correctly. In her free time, she enjoys being outside surfing, running and hiking with her husband and two dogs.


Bryan Jacobs, OTR/L, CMES

"I am a native Oregonian who grew up in Corvallis. I met my wife Kristine while in the Philippines during our Peace Corps service. We moved to Memphis, TN in 2014 to allow for me to obtain my occupational therapy degree. While in Memphis, we married in 2016 and welcomed our daughter into the world in 2018. In 2019, we returned to Portland to be close to family and friends. I enjoy spending time outdoors including cycling and whitewater rafting, all things Blazers, playing board games and reading to my daughter with made up voices. The three of us and our dog Ender live in SE Portland."


Linda Bright, OTR/L, C/NDT, LSVT BIG

"I have a passion for helping people regain their ability to do what they love to do and return to being active members of their family and community. I also have a passion for helping people regain motor control and function, especially regarding being able to use their arms and hands to in a purposeful way.

I am a native Oregonian and Portlander. I’ve lived all over the country, though. I like gardening and native plants. I have two teenage sons and a husband who is a meteorologist (not on t.v.). I have two dogs I love to walk!"


Catherine McCoy, OTD

Occupational Therapist

Occupational therapist Cate McCoy is passionate about helping patients discover the body’s incredible capacity for healing. She enjoys helping people to recover after injury or illness, empowering them to get back to activities they enjoy or to discover new ones.

McCoy earned her doctorate degree in occupational therapy from Pacific University School of Occupational Therapy in Hillsboro, Oregon. She currently focuses on the complex diagnoses of the hands and the construction of custom splints.

Outside of work, McCoy enjoys rock climbing, surfing, snowboarding, playing music, modern dance and spending time with community and friends.


Elisabeth Freeman, OTD

Occupational Therapist

Empowering patients is Elisabeth Freeman’s passion as an occupational therapist.

Freeman earned her doctorate degree in occupational therapy from Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon, following her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon.

Freeman specializes in hand and arm therapy rehabilitation. She believes in educating patients about their condition or injury to help them understand their bodies, so they can better participate in the rehabilitation process.

Freeman loves to travel and has been to 16 countries. She is learning to speak French through community college classes. She also enjoys cooking, hiking, yoga and running.


Susy LundySusy Lundy, OTR/L, CHT

Susy Lundy has been an Occupational Therapist since 1975, and first worked at Adventist Health 1981. She has specialized in Hand Therapy since 1998 and a Certified Hand Therapist since 2008. She graduated from University of Puget Sound in 1974. Susy enjoys the process of listening to what difficulty her patient is experiencing and working together with the patient to make it better. Susy likes birds, enjoys bird watching here in the NW and traveling to see birds in other countries and environments.


Ariel D. MacMillan, MOT

Occupational therapist Ariel MacMillan believes therapy success starts with being a good listener, allowing each patient to make his or her wants and needs known. She views each person as an individual and adjusts her treatments to meet people’s needs based on who they are, not just what their diagnoses are.

MacMillan earned her master’s degree in occupational therapy at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. She works withadults recovering from trauma, surgery and major illness to recover motor skills for everyday activities. She feels the most rewarding part of her job is seeing the progress her patients make.

MacMillan grew up in the Columbia River Gorge outside of Portland, Oregon, so she is a fan of all things outdoors. She enjoys hiking, backpacking, canoeing and gardening. She is the pet parent of two cats and a dog.