Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism Applications
Prerequisite: CranioSacral Therapy 1 and a thorough working knowledge of the 10-Step Protocol.
Sensory Integration for CranioSacral Therapists: Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism Applications (SICS)
Sensory Integration is the critical brain function responsible for producing a composite picture and organizing sensory information for our ongoing use. When the brain is unable to correctly process information coming in through the senses, the problem may be Sensory Integration Dysfunction, also known as Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD).
In this exciting workshop, you'll discover how to work with SPD from the CranioSacral Therapy (CST) perspective, to help children and adults reach their health and performance goals more effectively
- Learn to identify and understand how Sensory Processing Disorder and autism impact our behavior
- Find out how to adapt a CST session to meet the specific needs of those with SPD
- Discover tools that can help those with SPD and autism stay calm and relaxed during therapy
- Practice specific methods of blending CST with Sensory Integration to meet functional goals.
"An invaluable course for anyone working with children or adults with sensory integration issues."