Caiti Peters, Ph.D., OTR/L is an occupational therapist and postdoctoral fellow for the Temple Grandin Equine Center, whose mission is to integrate education and research on equine-assisted activities and therapies. Her research program focuses on equine-assisted occupational therapy for children with autism, an intervention that incorporates hippotherapy as one treatment technique. Peters has published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, and presented her research at several scientific conferences. She is currently preparing manuscripts to publish her dissertation research, and creating a manual to standardize and disseminate an equine-assisted occupational therapy intervention addressing social and behavioral outcomes for children with autism. She is a member of the American Hippotherapy Association, Society for the Study of Occupation, and American Occupational Therapy Association. Peters is also an occupational therapist and volunteer for My Heroes, LLC, where she incorporates hippotherapy as one treatment technique to help improve the occupational performance of the clients she serves.