Administrative Staff

 

 

Davey CantorDavey Cantor, B. A. in Finance and Management Science, Practice Administrator
Davey graduated Georgia State University with dual bachelor’s degrees in Finance and Management Science after attending his first two years at the University of South Florida. He has served as a founding Treasurer of the Board of Directors for the Innovative Health Foundation, and is currently on the Board of Directors for the Alexsander Academy School. He is also the Finance Director for BrainDx. He has been a part of the administrative team at Mind and Motion for 5 years. Outside of the office he spends most of his time rock climbing and hiking, playing competitive soccer, or brewing beer.

 

 

 

Roshonda LankfordRoshonda Lankford, OTD, Director of New Business Development

Shonda is an Occupational Therapist who received her bachelor’s of science degree in Occupational Therapy in 2000.  She also holds a Master’s degree and has a Doctorate degree in Occupational Therapy.  Shonda has worked in pediatrics for over 15 years.   Shonda brings with her a wealth of management experience.   In 2004, she co-founded Helping Hands Therapy, a therapy company based in Alabama with a focus on helping children and adults primarily in rural settings. As Director of Business Development at Helping Hands Therapy and along with the company’s co-founder, Shonda has helped to significantly increased company revenue, customer service satisfaction, and the number of total contracts all making Helping Hands Therapy one of the largest  pediatric therapy companies in Alabama.  While performing her management duties, Shonda has served as a mentor and worked hand and hand as clinical advisor to several clinicians.   Shonda has a variety of specialized trainings and certifications in many programs including Interactive Metronome, Interactive Listening System, and Handwriting Without Tears.    She has also received training with the Alert Program and The Astronaut Program and is knowledgeable regarding various treatment modalities including the Wilbarger Brushing Protocol, the “How Does Your Engine Run?” program, and Brain Gym.  Shonda brings many years of working with children with various diagnoses such as Autism, PDD, ADD/ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Learning Disabilities.  She feels extremely fortunate to be able to help individuals reach max potentials through her work as an OT.

Nikki ThomasNikki Thomas, Billing Manager
Nikki is the Insurance and Billing Manager and she provides medical billing assistance for clients of Mind and Motion. She has been with the Center for approximately 3 years. Nikki attended the University of West Georgia and has 8 years of experience within the medical billing field. In regards to missions of these practices, Nikki feels that the mind and body must be allowed to develop and grow within a safe and nurturing environment to be able to perform at its fullest potential. Married, with three children, Nikki enjoys watching her children play sports, going shopping, and relaxing on the beach with her family.

 

 

 

Ellie SenderEllie Sender, BS in Psychology, Front Office Manager
Ellie began her time and Mind and Motion as a Neurofeedback technician and a Certified Interactive Metronome Therapist in September 2014. Since then she has stepped into administration to pursue a different path in healthcare. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Georgia (Go Dawgs) in 2014 . While she was in school, most of her coursework centered around forensic psychology. Ellie has also been studying music for over ten years and is very interested in the intersection of music and psychology.

 

 

 

Sonya BoswellSonya Boswell, Intake Coordinator
Sonya is a rarely seen tour de force at Mind and Motion. She has supported Psychological Sciences Institute projects for more than 20 years by answering the phones, hearing your stories, receiving new arrivals for testing and therapies as well as contacting our clinical partners with referral support, when required. Her past-times include making art, eating with family and telling a good story.