Course Requirement: Attendance at Sensory Modulation & Trauma Informed Care Course 1 or advanced knowledge in sensory modulation is required to attend this course.
Dec 1st: Registration: 8:30-9:00 AM; Workshop starts at 9:00AM and ends at 5:00PM
Dec 2nd: SIgn in 8:45-9:00AM; Workshop starts at 9:00AM and ends at 5:00PM
This course will cover the differentiation between sensory modulation, sensory discrimination and motor-based patterns, how these patterns are influenced by trauma, attachment and mental health challenges, and the impact on occupational participation. Participants will explore how to identify and integrate the use of sensory processing, trauma and attachment-related assessment, and treatment planning skills at an intermediate level. Lecture, case examples, and interactive lab sessions will be provided, spanning child, adolescent, adult and geriatric populations to afford the learner the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to apply advanced skills into their practice. Participants will leave with a variety of practical ideas and resources for assessment and treatment implementation. Modifications for working with child, adult, and geriatric populations of varying ability levels will be explored.
Suggested Audience: Rehabilitation professionals (OT, PT, SLP)
Recommended pre-reading and materials to bring to the course:
- Champagne’s Book: Sensory Modulation & Environment Essential Elements of Occupation (some books will be available for purchase at the course)
Participants will be able to:
1. Recognize the neurodevelopmental influence of trauma across the lifespan
2. Recognize how the skilled use of body-based, sensory-enriched, occupation-based approaches in a trauma informed manner supports autonomic regulation, development, relational capacities, occupational participation and the recovery process
3. Identify assessment approaches targeting specific sensory processing patterns, trauma, attachment and occupation-based needs and goals
4. Identify how to collaboratively create treatment plans targeting sensory processing, trauma, attachment, and occupation-based goals
5. Understand how the neuroscience of polyvagal theory supports sensory, trauma, and attachment models and seclusion and restraint reduction practices
6. Identify ways to implement the skills obtained throughout this workshop into everyday practice
Tuition: $350.00 regular price (Includes course handouts, morning and afternoon drinks and snacks during breaks)
Contact Hours: 14 Contact Hours are provided
All cancellations must be in writing, including the reason for cancelling, and must be received by Champagne Conferences & Consultation (CCC) at least three weeks prior to the course; no compensation will be granted after that date. If the cancellation meets the three-week deadline, the registrant may choose a refund or a transfer credit, minus a $75 processing fee, to be issued following the program. A transfer credit may be applied toward another CCC course within two years of the issue date.
Champagne Conferences & Consultation reserves the right to cancel any course with due cause and refund in full. Participants purchasing NON-refundable airfare tickets should verify course availability before final purchase. Weather and/or transportation difficulties are not the responsibility of the workshop sponsor, CCC, and failure of a chosen means of transportation is not grounds for tuition refund.
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