Therapeutic Listening Workshop: Quickshifts & Listening with the Whole Body – Live International Course
January 24, 2024 - January 26, 2024
Live International Course
Quickshifts – Revolutionizing the Use of Sound in Sensorimotor Integrative Treatment
This course will introduce participants to the therapeutic application of Quickshifts, an auditory based intervention tool, used to quickly shift states of alertness and set-up the nervous system for optimal success. Quickshifts are an effective tool that can be used across multiple environments to support immediate performance as well as long-lasting changes in a number of functional areas. This course will also feature case and video presentations to show practical clinical applications.
Therapeutic Listening – Listening with the Whole Body
In this training course, participants will learn to use Therapeutic Listening® modulated audio selections to create individualized, home-based programs for clients. You will also learn how to implement Therapeutic Listening® strategies in conjunction with postural, respiratory, and sensory activities. This course will take participants from client assessment through treatment with a strong emphasis on practical application using multiple case-studies. Case-study video presentations will be used to illustrate points and show changes in individuals with listening and other sensory processing difficulties. Practitioners who have a background in sensory integration, including therapists in schools, hospitals and private clinics will find this webinar especially meaningful.
Kuala Lumpur (Near KLCC)
Day 1: Wednesday, January 24, 2024, 8:30am – 4:30pm UTC + 8
Day 2: Thursday, January 25, 2024, 8:30am – 4:30pm UTC + 8
Day 3: Friday, January 26, 2024, 8:30am – 4:30pm UTC + 8
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the relationship between listening and sensory integration.
- Recognize individuals with sensory processing and listening difficulties who may respond well to Therapeutic Listening.
- Select Therapeutic Listening programs that are adapted to meet specific needs of individual clients.
- Recognize the role of postural, respiratory, and sensory strategies that are part of the Therapeutic Listening program.
- List clinically based observation and movement-based assessment tools that assist in assessing an individual’s bilateral motor-coordination, state regulation and whole-brain processing, and how they relate to functional difficulties of the individual.
- Identify three movement activities that support vestibular, proprioceptive, auditory and visual functioning.
- Match Quickshift albums to client’s clinical picture, goals, and functional outcomes.