Peggy Ann McCourry, MS, OTRL

Peggy Ann McCourry, MS, OTRL
Owner of Sensory Systems Clinic West, PLC

Post-professional Masters from Boston University in 2008. BS received from WMU in 1982. She has worked in the OT field for over 30 years in a variety of settings including skilled care facilities, adult rehab, sensory integration based clinics, Dept of Defense schools and Early Intervention programs. Peggy is certified in many different therapy techniques and enjoys supervising OT students at many local colleges.

Peggy opened this clinic in 2011 with the vision to help the surrounding communities after moving to Michigan with her husband when he retired from West Point Army Academy. She has 2 adopted children and 2 granddaughters.


Cassidy Burkholder, MS, OTRLCassidy Burkholder, MS, OTRL

Cassidy graduated in 2014 with a Masters in Occupational Therapy from Western Michigan University (WMU). She was born and raised in Grand Rapids, MI and recently moved to Wayland, where she resides with her husband. Cassidy has experience working in acute care rehabilitation, outpatient pediatric therapy and has a background in Applied Behavioral Anaylsis (ABA) specializing in Autism. Cassidy has always had a passion for working with children and strives to improve the lives of her clients and families. She is certified in the Astronaut Training Program and Bal-A-Vis-X (Rhythmic Balance/Auditory/Vision eXercises for Brain and Body Integration).She continues to pursue continuing education courses and is currently working towards certification as a Certified Autism Specialist (CAS).In her spare time, Cassidy enjoys practicing yoga, participating in community races, volunteering, engaging in arts and craft activities, watching Michigan Football and creating memories with her family and friends.


Stacie Clewell

Stacie Clewell
Medical Billing Specialist

Stacie graduated in 2018 with an Associates degree in Accounting from Baker College. She graduated in 2020 with a Medical Billing Administrative Specialist Associate of Applied Science degree from Ross College. She previously graduated in 1996 from Ross Medical Education with a Medical Assistant certificate. She has previous experience working in hospital and physician office settings.

She was born and raised in Dorr, MI until age 10 then moving to Shelbyville, MI were she still resides with her husband and 3 boys, Zeus the labradoodle, Sunny the parakeet, and Bentley the pig. Stacie enjoys spending her time with her family first and foremost. She also enjoys crafting, creating things on her embroidery machine, and cricut machine. She loves being outdoors, and watching her kids play sports for Wayland Wildcats.


Amelia HayesAmelia Hayes, MS, OTRL

Amelia was our level II fieldwork student from Grand Valley State University in Winter of 2021. She graduated with her Master’s degree in OT in July of 2021. She also received her BS in Psychology at GVSU.

Amelia’s level I fieldwork experiences include working in a school and working in a group home for adults with disabilities. She also has had the opportunity to travel to Belize with other OT students and faculty to provide OT services in the school and home health setting in the village of Succotz. Amelia has worked with adults and children with disabilities at IKUS/Indian Trails Camp in many of their programs, including their camp and day program services. These experiences have fostered Amelia’s passion for working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and led to one of her long-term career goals of opening a group home.

Amelia is originally from Milford, MI, but has loved being on the west side of the state. In her free time, Amelia likes to read, go hiking, spend time on the water, ski, and hang out with her friends and family.


Danielle McCartyDanielle McCarty, MS, OTRL

Danielle graduated from Davenport University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s in Medical Case Management. In 2020, she received a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from Davenport University. Danielle has had level II fieldwork experience at Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital and here at Sensory Systems Clinic West. Danielle grew up locally and continues to live in the area with her family. She enjoys camping, hiking, soccer, painting, and spending time with family and friends.


Kayla Toliver, OTR/LKayla Toliver, OTR/L

Kayla is an occupational therapist who studied at Davenport University in Grand Rapids. She is familiar with the Wayland area as she graduated from Wayland Union High School in 2014. Kayla attended Western Michigan University for her undergraduate degree where she earned a bachelors in Exercise Science. Kayla completed her fieldwork here at Sensory Systems Clinic West in the fall of 2021.

In her free time, she likes to spend as much as much time as she can outdoors. She likes to kayak, hike, go for bike rides and walks. Kayla also likes to travel as she has been to Ecuador, Peru, Ireland, and England.


Jeanne TrompeterJeanne Trompeter, MS, OTRL

With a BA in Special Education from Michigan State University and a MS in Occupational Therapy from Western Michigan University, Jeanne’s professional and personal experiences include working with adults and children with intellectual and developmental impairments, adults and children in psychiatric care, non-profit advocacy, and the Peace Corps. She has worked with infants and families through Early On, as well as with adults in the acute care setting. Jeanne continues to pursue continuing education in her desire to meet the unique needs of each child she sees.

Jeanne, her husband and their 5 children have lived in Kalamazoo for the last 10 years after having lived on the East coast as well as overseas. Whenever possible, Jeanne tries to get outside for a run, walk or bike ride… or on a good day, all three!