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#20201030- WEBINAR: Part 2 (of 4) -Sensory Processing and Attachment

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(October 2020) This workshop series is designed to open the world of sensory processing as an ally on a child’s journey. We will cover the concepts in understandable language with practical tips in each webinar. The participant will feel equipped with understanding, as well as everyday activities that can be used no matter the location.

Part 2 – How do Sensory Processing and Attachment Difficulties overlap?
In the second of the 4-part series the participant will be asked to look at the hypo-reactive vs, the hyperreactive profile in the light of the 4 original attachment styles. Focus will be provided on how to consider each profile and understand the internal working models at work. Discover strategies that will work for both sensory and emotional co-regulation.

Maude Le Roux OTR/L is an occupational therapist with an extensive following of professionals across the globe. She studies human development in different capacities of growth spanning ages and stages, neuroanatomy, assessment tools as well as current trends of intervention. She completed the SIPT training in 2002. Sensory integration forms the foundation from which she continues to develop different tracks of assessment and intervention. Maude is certified in multiple different techniques that she applies uniquely through her Developmental Pathways Model (DPM). She owns and directs a clinical practice in Glen Mills, PA, where she has become known for her effective assessment and intervention protocol.

Maude owns a private practice, A Total Approach. She co-authored the book “Our Greatest Allies” in 2011 with Lauren O’Malley describing the journey of one child on the autism spectrum. Maude opened her own online academy in January 2019 (maudeleroux.com), through which she provides courses for professionals and parents to support their journey in making a difference in the lives of others.

(1 hour, 7 minutes)

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