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Sheila M. Frick; OTR/L

Sheila Frick

Sheila M. Frick; OTR/L is an internationally esteemed clinician, lecturer, and pioneer in Occupational Therapy. She has over 20 years of clinical experience, having worked in psychiatry, rehabilitation, and home health before specializing in pediatrics. Her expertise includes sensory processing dysfunction, sensory integration, and auditory interventions. She created and continues to expand Therapeutic Listening, which she has taught to over 10,000 therapists worldwide. She also lectures on such topics as clinical neurology, respiration, the vestibular/auditory system, and various auditory interventions. She is the creator and author of Listening With the Whole Body, and co-author of Core Concepts in Action, Astronaut Training, and Out of the Mouths of Babes.

December 2020

Exploring Auditory Defensiveness – A Comprehensive Approach to Assessment and Treatment – Live Webinar w/ Recording

In this live, online course (with recording access) participants will explore the functional implications of auditory defensiveness (and misophonia) and the direct link between the auditory system and primary movement patterns.

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Sharpening Focus – Fine Tuning Therapeutic Listening Progressions – Live Webinar w/ Recording

This webinar (recording access available) takes you beyond the basics of matching music to a client’s needs and teaches an understanding of the specific use and application of a variety of Therapeutic Listening Libraries, including Fine Tuning and Quickshifts.

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January 2021

Creating Effective Performance, Precision and Power in Sensory Diets – Live Webinar with Recording

January 8, 2021

Join Julia Wilbarger and Sheila Frick as they share their unique perspectives on creating and implementing sensory diets from a neurodevelopmental and sensorimotor perspective. Course content will be applicable across practice settings to support individuals of all ages who experience difficulties with sensory processing limiting occupational participation and well-being. This practical, interactive course will immediately support and reinforce successful application of these concepts in clinical practice and home environments.

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Therapeutic Listening – Listening with the Whole Body – Live Webinar

January 15, 2021 - January 16, 2021

In this two-day, online, initial training course, participants will learn to use Therapeutic Listening® modulated audio selections to create individualized, home-based programs for clients.

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Building Blocks for Sensory Integration – Live Webinar

January 24, 2021 - January 25, 2021

This two-day, live webinar provides a detailed background in the links between Sensory Integration and the primary movement patterns (primitive and postural reflexes).

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February 2021

Astronaut Training – A Sound Activated Vestibular-Visual Protocol – Live Webinar

February 7, 2021 - February 8, 2021

This online course teaches a protocol to provide precise input to all five vestibular receptors, along with auditory and visual input to create a comprehensive treatment protocol which integrates the vestibular-auditory-visual triad. Guidelines are provided for safe, effective use of this protocol with clients of all ages and diagnoses.

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Quickshifts – Revolutionizing the Use of Sound in Sensorimotor Integrative Treatment – Live Webinar w/ Recording

February 26, 2021

This live, online course (recording access available) focuses on evaluating movement to precisely and effectively match music to individual client needs to improve self-regulation from a multi-system approach. We will explore the Quickshift music albums that capitalize on the powerful impact of binaural beat technology and musical entrainment.

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March 2021

Core Connections – Exploring the Core’s Developmental Roots – Live Webinar w/ Recording

March 20, 2021

This online course (recording access available) will provide therapists with a clear description of musculoskeletal make-up of the “core” and will cover the research based neurophysiological rationale for evaluating core development and function in individuals with sensory processing difficulties.

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