Clinical Conversation: Exploring Self-Regulation & Powerfully You Curriculum

Vital Links is offering a free webinar for therapists with Sheila Frick and the developers of Powerfully You™, Amy Lewis, OTR/L and Heather Spann, OTR/L. The development of and capacity for arousal regulation is multifaceted. A comprehensive treatment approach to establishing and supporting self-regulation extends beyond treatment aimed at sensory processing or cognitive strategies alone. Instead, therapists must employ a multiple brain and body system…
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Clinical Conversations: Exploring Your Questions

Your Clinical Questions Answered In March 2021, Vital Links introduced a series of four, free, Clinical Conversations dedicated to answering therapists’ questions regarding the application of Vital Links course content within clinical practice. Each week, the topics introduced are shaped by pre-submitted clinical questions and organic discussion that emerges among participants within the live Q & A. The aim of these clinical…
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Modulated verses Quickshifts In Practice – Clinical Conversation

  Modulated verses Quickshifts in Practice: The When and Why of Therapeutic Listening® Progressions We’re offering this free webinar to therapists trained in Therapeutic Listening who would like additional support implementing the various libraries and/or anyone interested in understanding the nuanced clinical applications of these two Therapeutic Listening libraries. Practical guidelines and case examples illustrate the unique applications of the Modulated music verses…
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HELP! My client won’t wear their headphones!

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To celebrate the launch of our new SOUNDS headphones, we’re going to walk you through our tips and tricks to encourage consistent headphone use for your clients. The SOUNDS is our newest model of Therapeutic Listening headphones, and was designed using all of the feedback and suggestions from our clients, making these are our most comfortable and easy-to-use model yet! However, if…
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Practice What You Practice: Occupational Therapist Challenge

Don’t ignore your value as a Therapist As therapists, our job is to support our clients in living the richest lives possible. We’re givers and caretakers — and it’s probably safe to say that at the end of the day we just want to facilitate an environment where our clients have the opportunity to live a quality life. We understand that it’s…
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