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Tracy Bjorling; M.S., OTR/L

Personally mentored and trained by Sheila M. Frick, Tracy Bjorling began her occupational therapy career at Vital Links in 2010 after completing her Master’s in Occupational Therapy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Tracy credits her graduate school professor, Julia Wilbarger; PhD, OTR/L, for setting her on her current career path by introducing her to Sheila and Vital Links.

Understanding the positive impact continuing education has on the growth of Occupational Therapy, Tracy began pursing her Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree through the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2018.

In addition to actively treating clients in the clinic, Tracy has been trained in the clinical practice and teaching of Therapeutic Listening and Quickshifts. Tracy currently enjoys joining Sheila in her efforts of teaching these practical treatment tools and helping therapists implement them across a variety of treatment settings.


September 2019

usd $525 – usd $550

From Eyesight to Insight – Visual and Vestibular Assessment and Treatment – North Carolina

September 28 - September 29
P.A.T.Kids – Mooresville, 134 Infield Court
Mooresville, NC 28117 United States

This workshop, to be held in North Carolina, offers a practical opportunity for participants to interact with a sensory integrative occupational therapist and a developmental optometrist as they collaborate on the goal of facilitating optimum performance in children with movement and vision issues.

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October 2019


Quickshifts – Revolutionizing the Use of Sound in Sensorimotor Integrative Treatment

October 7

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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usd $175

Sensorimotor Approach to Arousal Regulation and Developmental Trauma – Chicago

October 11
UIC Forum – Chicago, 725 W. Roosevelt Rd.
Chicago, IL 60608 United States

Join us in Chicago to explore the connections between trauma, sensory integrative difficulties, arousal, affect and self-regulation. Participants will, also, learn how sound and movement are critical in the development of body based, perceptual-motor, and social-emotional foundations for feeling safe in the world and in relationship to another.

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Therapeutic Listening Workshop – China

October 24 - October 29
Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital, No.25, Huawei Road
Beijing, Chaoyang District

This six-day workshop, to be held in Beijing, will present an introduction to Therapeutic Listening, moving to an in-depth instruction of Advanced Therapeutic Listening® and the application of the Quickshift™ albums.

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November 2019


Therapeutic Listening – Listening with the Whole Body

November 8 - November 9

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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Astronaut Training – A Sound Activated Vestibular-Visual Protocol

November 15 - November 16

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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December 2019

usd $485

Building Blocks for Sensory Integration – Brooklyn, NY

December 11 - December 12
Az Yashir Torah Center – Brooklyn, 1301 East 18th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11230 United States

This two-day, experiential course in Brooklyn, NY 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.

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