Sensory Modulation and Developmental Trauma

Our inborn fight, flight, freeze responses are automatic responses that help us cope when faced with dangerous situations. When we feel threatened, these subcortical mechanisms are triggered automatically. When triggered, our bodies experience an increase in physiological arousal and in muscular tension that hastens our ability to escape from the perceived threat, and or prepare our muscles to engage for fight. When…
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Therapeutic Listening – Listening with the Whole Body

In this two-day, in-person, initial training course, you will learn to use Therapeutic Listening® modulated audio selections to create individualized, home-based programs for clients. This course provides provides participants with the necessary background information to immediately begin incorporating Therapeutic Listening into their programs.

Building Blocks for Sensory Integration

This two-day, online course provides therapists with an in-depth understanding of the developmental and neurophysiological links between sensory integration and the basic primary movement patterns that provide the foundation (or building blocks) for sensory modulation and integration.

Reflex Integration into Function: Do primitive reflexes ever disappear?

We all enter the world with an innate set of hardwired primitive movement patterns that ensure our survival and help organize the development of our postural control— moving from rolling, sitting, crawling, and eventually walking. They also provide the basic neurological framework for the organization of our perceptual-motor development—how we perceive and, ultimately, act on our world. They are not a simple…
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Posture and Movement – How Does Sensory Integration Fit In?

Clinicians are introduced to the NDT problem-solving process, therapeutic handling, and clinical decision-making process when treating children that display motor and sensory problems within a treatment session.