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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Self-Regulation: Strategies for Working with the Whole Child - New

Our new release this week is:

SELF-REGULATION: STRATEGIES FOR WORKING WITH THE WHOLE CHILD
http://www.psychotherapydvds.com/Self-Regulation

This intervention-heavy workshop presents self-regulation strategies for working with the whole child.
-          Starting with the physical being, we target keeping the child’s body and senses calm and grounded using movement, yoga and sensory strategies.
-          At the mental level, we focus on methods such as attention training and meditation to keep attention strong.
-          Next, we look at ways to keep the emotions balanced and positive with interventions based on Polyvagal Therapy, EFT, art and music.
-          Finally, we tackle ways to help the child negotiate the world of people without being overwhelmed with social stories and transition techniques. Along the way, we discuss ways to exercise the child’s modulation skills.


Presented by Teresa Garland, MOT, OTR/L, an occupational therapist and author specializing in sensory and modulation issues. She has worked in schools, sensory clinics and medical settings with children and adults, treating sensory disorders, ADHD and autism. Ms. Garland works closely with other health professionals, teachers and doctors to understand and treat underlying sensory, timing, and coordination/motor planning issues as well as overlying socio/emotional behaviours in the symptoms of autism. She is trained/certified in the SIPT, Interactive Metronome®, Integrated Listening Systems (iLs), Therapeutic Listening, Wilbarger's Sensory Defensiveness, the Natural Heart Approach, Mindfulness Training, and Food Chaining. Her book is titled Self-Regulation Interventions and Strategies: Keeping the Body, Mind and Emotions on Task in Children with Autism, ADHD or Sensory Disorders.

INTRODUCTORY OFFER:
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http://www.psychotherapydvds.com/Self-Regulation

Hope you’ll find it useful.

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