Staff Spotlight: Harrison Hall PT, DPT

Staff Spotlight: Harrison Hall PT, DPT

Harrison Hall is the PT Coordinator for Project Play Therapy. He leads efforts in Physical Therapy at Project Play Therapy, and is responsible for Physical Therapy services in our partner schools, as well as growing physical therapy services in all three of our clinics. Harrison joined the Project Play Team in 2019. See below to learn more about Harrison:

Tell us about yourself.

I am originally from Brentwood, Tennessee. I have one older brother and one younger sister. The last pet I owned was a tarantula named Matika.

How did you become interested in becoming a physical therapist?

I became interested in physical therapy during college, when I was able to shadow various people in the profession and fell in love with the challenges it presented and the amount of one-on-one time I get with the people I serve.

What is your favorite part of your job?

My favorite part of the job is when I get to see the joy on a child’s face when they have accomplished something that they were not previously able to do.

Do you have a success story or moment that stands out?

One of my favorite success stories is when, after trying different methods of treatments for months, we were able to watch a child walk for the first time without assistance with their parents!

What is your favorite snack?


Do you have any hidden talents?

Eating all the cupcakes. (Harrison is actually a talented singer – though too humble to mention it!)

Do you have any great resources that you want to share?

Sure! I love and

Harrison with other Project Play Therapy teammates.

What Harrison’s teammates say about him:

“Harrison is so kind and positive. He deeply cares about the kids he serves and the work he does and does everything he can to see their success.”

“Harrison is very professional and intelligent. He takes a huge interest in his patients/students – they mean the world to him.”

“The families and schools that Harrison serve absolutely love him and the work he does!”

Harrison volunteering after the Nashville tornado.

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