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Book now another date released: Live Webinar Sensory Ladders supporting Self Regulation

We are presenting more live ‘Sensory Ladders supporting Self Regulation’ Webinar this week, to meet the current demand and requests.

This webinar for teachers and therapists is also open to health care professionals supporting clients to recover or maintain their mental health and wellbeing, especially during C-19.

The webinar will include an introduction to the theory behind these intensely individualised and personalised tools. Sensory Ladders support the development of our client’s/carer’s awareness of self-states. Sensory ladders promote the use of sensory strategies to manage fear and anxiety, promoting increased engagement and successful participation in everyday life.

This unique combination of theory and neuroscience, developed in 2001 is grounded in the philosophies of Ayres’ Sensory Integration and psychological theories including Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.

Join us discover how this tool supports ways to engage with clients; children, teens, adults and their carers via telehealth.

Teachers and Therapists – learn how to make interactive Sensory Ladders for Self Regulation online with Powerpoint – personalised with photo’s music and more.  Explore ways to deliver this therapeutic intervention for sensory people stuck at home.

Building on our first webinar about using the technology – join us to discover more about an application in practice.

If you are thinking of attending these sessions we recommend you visit [password Tech123] and you listen to the very first complimentary webinar we did on Telehealth technology.

Book here:

21 April 2020 – Evening Webinar – 7.40pm (BST)

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

See more about Sensory Ladders here.

Changing lives with trauma; Sensory Ladders, Sensory Strategies and Ayres’ Sensory Integration

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