Sensory processing intervention is a powerful tool supporting the development of behavioural regulation, learning and motor skills. Current neurobiological research demonstrates that self-regulatory skills are rooted in secure early attachment between an infant and caregiver creating brain circuits that are necessary for behavioural modulation, impulse control and attentional processes necessary for learning. Combining attuned relational intervention together with sensory processing intervention offers an integrated treatment that alters the functional skills of the clients we serve.
This workshop is appropriate for professionals who serve clients across the lifespan including Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Paediatricians Social Workers, Teachers, Teaching Assistants/Aids, School Administrators. The workshop will combine an understanding of theoretical neuroscience that helps therapists develop clinical reasoning together with doable therapeutic intervention.
Don't miss this opportunity to soak up Kim's skill, knowledge and enthusiasm!
Here is what participants said about her workshop in Edmonton earlier this month: