Introduction to process: Star institute's treatment approach for spd
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SPD Overview: An Introduction to Recognition and Intervention Using the STAR Frame of Reference

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About this live virtual workshop

 

24 NOVEMBER 2020

 

Disordered sensory processing impacts children, adolescents and adults and their ability to function in school,work, and day-to-day life. In this webinar, what SPD is and how it impacts engagement, participation and function will be discussed. The different subtypes of SPD and their presentations will be explored, and practical strategies and next steps will be reviewed.

 

25 NOVEMBER 2020

 

This course provides participants with an overview to the interconnectedness and roles of the three principle domains of development: sensory processing, regulation and relationship. Their impact on development, engagement and function will discussed.  Special attention will be given to the unique interrelationship sensory processing has with the other two domains Clinical implications and guidelines for practice for each domain will be discussed. This course is suggested for anyone who wants to better understand sensory processing and its role in development. 

 

25 NOVEMBER 2020

 

PROCESS is STAR Institute's renowned, evidence-based treatment approach to disordered sensory processing. This overview will discuss the 7 procedural requirements and 7 therapeutic principles on which the approach is based. Participants will review each requirement as it applies to different treatment settings and explore each principle applied in treatment through videos.

 

 

 

Mim Ochsenbein, MSW, OTR/L
Director of Education & Occupational Therapist, STAR Institute for SPD

Mim Ochsenbein, MSW, OTR/L has been a practicing pediatric occupational therapist for over 20 years. She received advanced training in sensory integration (SIPT certification), listening therapy (Therapeutic Listening), feeding therapy (SOS) and infant massage (CIMI). Mim’s work with children and youth has occurred in a variety of settings including early intervention, school based, clinic based, mental health and private practice. She received her MSW in 2012 with an emphasis in non-profit management. Mim’s work as a social worker has included case management, program development, and program management. She has taught both graduate level and professional continuing education courses since 2013

 

Technical requirements

 

  • Please be sure that you have downloaded the latest version of the ZOOM program to your computer. (https://zoom.us/download)  We strongly recommend you use a wired internet connection rather than wireless.

 

 

  • Check your system's compatibility by joining a test Zoom meeting: www.zoom.us/test

 

 

Questions about this workshop?

 

 

Name:

Salih Tarhan

Phone:

0090 530 825 70 05

Email:

s.tarhan@dilgem.com.tr

 

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