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About Us

Big Sky Mobile Outpatient Therapy was founded in 2018 in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley of western Montana. We specialize in delivering pediatric and adult mobile outpatient therapy services directly in our clients’ natural environments including at their homes and in the community as well as in Montana's great outdoors! We also serve our clients in a traditional outpatient clinic in Stevensville, Montana. 

Beautiful Landscape

Meet The Team

Jenna Harp, MOT, OTR/L
Director, Occupational Therapist

Jenna has worked with children in various capacities as both an educator and occupational therapist since 2005. Originally from the Philadelphia area, Jenna earned her bachelor's degree in education from Penn State University and her master's degree in occupational therapy from Colorado State University. Her professional interests include providing family-centered services to children that focus on meeting developmental milestones and learning to self-regulate so that they may enjoy and participate in all aspects of childhood. She enjoys providing parental education and optimizing children’s potential with all areas of development and confidence so they can thrive at home, at school, in their communities. She also has a passion for supporting adults with aging in place, self-care, and home safety.

Jenna is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and holds a national board certification. She has focused her continuing education on feeding, handwriting, and self-regulation. She also holds a level 1 certification through the American Hippotherapy Association. She has experience as an occupational therapist in a variety of settings including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, public schools, clients' homes, outpatient clinics, and in the equine environment.

​Jenna is a registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance, and she enjoys trail-running, hiking, skiing, cooking, gardening, playing and listening to music, as well as spending time with her husband, son, and two german shepherds.

Grace Cardamone, MSOT, OTR/L
Associate Director, Occupational Therapist

Grace is originally from western New York and earned her master's degree in occupational therapy from Nazareth College of Rochester, NY. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapist Association and holds a national board certification. Her experience includes inpatient, outpatient, skilled nursing, and school settings. Since moving to Missoula in 2018, Grace has developed a great interest in vision therapy specifically following a neurologic event such as a brain injury or stroke. She enjoys working with clients of all ages helping them to live their lives to the fullest potential. 

While at Nazareth College, Grace earned a minor in studio art, and she loves incorporating any type of art into her work with clients. She also enjoys creating art in her personal time, especially clay and fiber arts. Her other interests include camping, hiking, skiing, traveling, music, reading, gardening, and spending time with family and friends.

Brooklyn Cunningham
Therapy Aide

Brooklyn is originally from Coeur d'Alene, ID and moved to Missoula to complete her bachelor’s degree in integrative physiology as well as a certificate in global leadership. She is currently working towards earning her doctorate of physical therapy at the University of Montana and will graduate in 2025. Brooklyn has experience in rehab settings including inpatient rehab, outpatient orthopedics, and home health. 


Brooklyn loves living in Missoula and getting to explore all the close outdoor recreation. Some of her favorite things to do include skiing, running, hiking and paddle-boarding. 


Alyssa Larson, OTD , OTR/L Occupational Therapist

Alyssa was born and raised in Great Falls, MT, and moved to the Bitterroot Valley in 2022. She

earned her bachelor’s of science in health and human performance at the University of

Montana and her doctorate in occupational therapy at the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND

in 2022.

Alyssa is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association, the Montana State

OT/PT Association, and is certified in the LSVT-BIG therapy protocol. She has experience working

with all ages in outpatient and school settings. Alyssa is honored to serve as an

occupational therapist and is passionate about helping her clients cultivate their unique

abilities as individuals.

Alyssa enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, cooking, reading, and being in the great

outdoors. Alyssa and her husband have one dog and live on the family ranch. She has enjoyed

learning about ranching since meeting her husband and has found living on a ranch a true

blessing. She is honored to be living and serving in our wonderful community!


Zoa Phillips, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist

Born and raised in Kalispell, Montana, Zoa moved to Missoula to complete her education at the University of Montana and found her home. She completed both her bachelors and masters degrees in speech, language and hearing sciences at the University of Montana. Zoa prides herself in the inclusion of families and clients alike, as communication disorders do not only impact each individual, but their families as well. In addition to including caregivers and families, Zoa believes that it is important to take time to counsel, educate, and train caregivers and family members to ensure they feel supported, welcomed to participate in therapy, and ask questions.


Zoa is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence. She is extremely passionate about helping the acquired communication disorders population with effective communication in their everyday lives following stroke or traumatic brain injury.


Zoa enjoys learning about new people and cultures, photography, bullet journaling, and spending time with her family and friends. She has had the pleasure of being married to her husband since 2012 and enjoys watching her baby girl grow and learn every day.

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