We take a sensory based approach to treating children with developmental delays 

Our experienced therapists have more than four decades of experience in working with children who have a wide variety of developmental delays and diagnoses including ADD/ADHD, apraxia, autism, fine motor skills, sensory

processing, sensory integration, speech delays and visual motor integration.

Administrative Staff 

Sue Khammar

Owner/Occupational Therapist


Tiffany Cork 

Office Manager 

It’s Sue’s passion, knowledge and dedication to helping each child that comes through our doors that sets the standard for each of the therapists that work for us. She brings more than 25 years of experience in occupational therapy, ranging from adults to children. With a specialization in Sensory Integration, Sue has extensive clinical knowledge that expands well beyond the typical occupational therapist.  


The concept for Cowtown Pediatrix began in 2013 in Sue's home and Cowtown opened in it's current location in 2015.


Sue is a recent empty nester with three teenagers who have graduated from Country Day, now all in college.

She answers the phone when you call ... she greets you at the door ... She's the glue that keeps Cowtown together. She has been with Cowtown since the beginning and calls her job the "perfect job" and says she's exactly where she was meant to be. She has four kiddos of her own, two are married, and she's holding onto her youngest as long as she can.

Patrice Kilar

Patient Care Coordinator

Rich Kilar
Finance Manager

Patrice graduated from Texas Women's University with a Bachelor's Degree in Childhood Development.  She joined Cowtown Peditrix Clinic in 2017 and has worn many hats and is now our Patient Care Coordinator. She seeks to build strong relationships within our community. When not at Cowtown, Patrice spends time with her husband enjoying trips together visiting their family in New England, cooking and watching the New England Patriots.

Rich Kilar joined Cowtown Pediatrix Clinic in 2020. Yes, he has to put up (or gets the pleasure of!) with working with all women, including his better half, Patrice, our Patient Care Coordinator. 

He is responsible for the financial/billing operations at the clinic. He and Patrice have been married for 29 years. He enjoys watching professional sports and making homemade pasta!!

Our Therapists

Brittnay Arroliga

Occupational Therapist 


Jessie Dotson 

Occupational Therapist Assistant

Brittnay Arroliga is a native Texan who grew up in Dallas and has lived in Fort Worth since marrying her husband in 2014. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree in health studies, she pursued her Masters of Occupational Therapy degree at Texas Woman’s University. She is a mother to one son. In her free time, Brittnay loves to hang out with her family, shop, read and maintain a healthy lifestyle. She also has a special interest in equine-assisted therapy. She is passionate about helping children develop, maintain or restore the everyday skills needed for home, school, play and social participation as well as giving families strategies to help their children thrive.

Originally from San Antonio, she graduated from Texas State with a Bachelors in Sociology and a minor in Psychology. After pursuing several other jobs, she discovered her love for pediatric OT. She graduated from Weatherford College in 2016 and has been practicing pediatric OT ever since. She's married to her husband Cody and loves visiting family in San Antonio and crafting during her free time (a perfect skill for a pediatric OT!)

Whitney Felty

Occupational Therapist 

Whitney has 25 years of experience being an Occupational Therapist for 25 years with 21 years spent in a variety of pediatric settings. She loves her job because not all minds and bodies learn the same Celebrating milestone achievements with the kiddos and families is one of her favorite parts of the job. 

Whitney completed additional training in The Listening Program; Handwriting Without Tears; Brain Gym; Ready Bodies Learning Minds; and First Strokes.

She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, hiking, serving in her community and church, floating a river, reading books, photography, and tasting her daughter’s pastry / baking creations.

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Kim Fowler
Speech Language

Kim joined Cowtown in 2020.  She graduated from Baylor University with her master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology in 2008.  She received her national accreditation through the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) in 2008.  She now has 12 years of experience working in the field.  Although she has worked in a variety of settings, most of her experience is in pediatrics.  She is passionate about working with children.  She loves helping children become better communicators and loves helping families see their children succeed.  She has a husband of 13 years and two daughters, ages 9 and 5.  When she is not working, she loves to spend time with her family and volunteer at her church.

Kayla Gallelli, MS-CCC, SLP

Speech Language Pathologist 

Kayla has a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from East Carolina University. Kayla is trained in Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC) and is passionate about working with children and young adults with a variety of speech and language disorders.


Her special interests include childhood Apraxia of Speech, autism spectrum disorder, and Augmentative and Alternative Communication.  She is a firm believer in empowering and teaching parents how they can contribute to their child's improvements and successes.  

Aside from her love of all things speech therapy, Kayla also enjoys running, playing 

tennis, eating sushi and hiking.

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Meagan Hapeman 

Occupational Therapist 

Meagan is a native Fort Worthian and describes her job working as an Occupational Therapist at Cowtown Pediatrix as a “dream come true.” When’s she not at the clinic, you can find her and her husband hiking the local trials and hanging out with their fur child, Denver.

She graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and received her Masters of Occupational Therapy at the University of Texas in Galveston.