Dr. Pfeiffer earned a BA in psychology and special education from Arcadia University, an MS in occupational therapy with a specialization in pediatrics from Temple University, and a PhD in occupational therapy from Nova Southeastern University. She is an associate professor in the Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences teaching courses in the doctorate of occupational therapy and mentoring research in the entry-level and post-professional occupational therapy programs. Dr. Pfeiffer's research focuses on treatment and measurement of person environmental interactions in individuals across the lifespan with autism spectrum and mental health disorders. Dr. Pfeiffer maintains her clinical practice in the area of pediatrics.
- PhD, Occupational Therapy, Nova Southeastern University
- MS, Occupational Therapy, Temple University
- BA, Psychology/Special Education, Arcadia University