BOOK - From Manual Evaluation to General Diagnosis presents a comprehensive guide to osteopathic evaluation before hands-on treatment. Based on Croibier's clinical experience, it provides an extensive educational framework for the examination of patients to determine the course of treatment.
BOOK - The Roots and Philosophy of Dynamic Manual Interface is a personal account of the development and evolution of Frank Lowen’s hands-on therapy. Results of this approach include restored balance, accelerated healing, decreased pain, and improved mental clarity.
BOOK - This revised edition of the companion volume to The Out-of-Sync Child includes new activities that parents of kids with Sensory Processing Disorder can do at home with their child, along with updated information on which activities are most appropriate for children with coexisting conditions such as Asperger's, autism, and more.
BOOK - Michele's writing style mixes imminence and retrospective to create a mixture of pathos and celebration that so rightly fits the life of a child with special needs and the family life (especially parental life) that is built around that child.
BOOK - This memoir contains many stories with life changing events and reflections about the status quo and the continually emerging insights especially involving the care of our bodies. The author has studied with Drs. Upledger, Barral and Chikly since the 1980s. The book includes a specific chapter about Dr. John and CST/SER.
BOOK - "SomaCentric Dialoguing" offers therapists simple yet effective techniques for improving communication with their clients. Author Julie McKay outlines the core techniques and shows how they can be applied to make therapeutic sessions more effective.
BOOK - Coming Through the Fog-Together mother and daughter learned from this Occupational Therapist how a Sensory Diet, CranioSacral Therapy, and Bio-Medical Therapies can lead to Functioning Recovery.