Effective Monday March 23, 2020, CTG will be temporarily closing the clinic to in-person therapy. We have made this decision to protect our patients, staff, and their families. We are very excited to offer teletherapy to allow your child to continue to receive therapy from the comfort of their home. Just like our colleagues in medicine, we believe continuation of services and the ability to receive therapy is crucial for not only maintaining skills but also a way to bring some form of familiarity, normalcy, and structure to our patients' weeks. We have had great success with our patients who have already begun receiving teletherapy. We will continue to have our front desk and billing staff at the clinic on a limited, socially distanced basis Monday - Friday. Please continue to call the clinic for scheduling, rescheduling, cancellations, and any insurance or billing questions. We will keep you updated about our clinic reopening. Wishing everyone well! Love, Your CTG Family

Occupational Therapists

Diana Hiebeler


Diana graduated from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. She has a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy with a specialty in Developmental Disabilities from New York University. Diana has 30+ years of experience working with children. Her caseload includes children with sensory processing disorders, developmental delays, handwriting difficulties and visual motor deficits, among other areas of need. With training in Sensory Integration theory, Therapeutic Listening, and Interactive Metronome, Diana has an eclectic approach to each child’s special needs. In her spare time, Diana enjoys reading, scrapbooking, playing piano and ballroom dancing.

Dianne Tannreuther


Dianne received her Bachelor of Science degree in occupational therapy from Texas Woman’s University and her Master’s of Science in Health Professions from Texas State University. With many years of experience in pediatric therapy, the settings in which she has worked include private practice clinics, various local school districts, and outpatient rehabilitation. She has been at Capital Therapy Group for over 4 years. Dianne has special training in SAMONAS sound therapy, therapeutic listening, handwriting remediation, certification in Interactive Metronome, and administration of the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test. She has lived most of her life in central Texas. When not at work, Dianne enjoys gardening at her country home, camping, going to the beach, but most important is spending time with her grandchildren.

Gina Peralez


Gina graduated from Texas State University with her Bachelor’s in Healthcare Administration. She received her Master’s of Occupational Therapy from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Gina values the opportunity to have a positive influence in the life of each child she works with and she takes great joy in watching children master new skills through play. She has experience with sensory processing disorders, developmental delays, dysgraphia, oral aversion/feeding difficulties, neuromotor disorders and a variety of other diagnoses. Gina holds her Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) certification which is an approach used for management and treatment of individuals with central nervous system disorders.

Rebecca Johnson


Rebecca received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences (2011) and her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (2015) from the University of New Hampshire. She has clinical experience treating children with a variety of special needs including autism spectrum disorder, sensory processing disorders, handwriting difficulties, and neurodevelopmental delays. She has worked in a variety of settings which have all had a family-centered approach. Rebecca is passionate about instilling confidence in children while providing opportunities to develop essential skills for success and independence. Rebecca grew up in the beautiful state of New Hampshire and has lived in Austin since 2018. Her interests include: cooking, traveling, crafting, pilates, hiking, and spending time with family.

Alexandria “Alex” Grossman


Alexandria received her Bachelor of Exercise Physiology from Baylor University and her Master of Occupational Therapy from the University of St. Augustine. She holds a very special place in her heart for those with physical differences as her nephew, Jax, is diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Since Jax’s diagnosis, Alexandria knew she wanted to become a pediatric occupational therapist. Her enthusiasm to be of service does not stop for those with physical difficulties as she also loves working with those diagnosed with autism, sensory processing disorders, ADHD, anxiety, developmental delay, and intellectual disabilities. Alexandria has lived in Austin for a few years and thoroughly enjoys the city and the community she lives in. When she is not at work she enjoys spending time with family, having puppy play dates, playing soccer, crafting, watching movies, and eating candy.

Megan Smith


Bio coming soon!