Professional Development Programs Emotion to Motion workshop for therapists
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Emotion to Motion:
Firing and Wiring Productive Relationships Between Senses, Motor Skills, and Function

Speaker: Irene Ingram, OTR/L
12 Contact Hours (1.2 AOTA & ASHA CEUs)

Intermediate Level Course

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Description:
The course focuses on developmental foundational systems of basic movement patterns that will provide therapists with a toolbox of techniques for treatment. These tools include tissue release techniques; suck, swallow, breathe program; Rhythmic Release and Restoration (RRR); and the Stepping Forward Program. Development of this course emerged from an effort to remove barriers caused by our autonomic nervous system’s perception of safe versus unsafe state of arousal and that impact on movement, thought, and coordination.  It will provide the therapist with hands on experience with these techniques and allow quick integration into their own therapy skills for evaluation and treatment.   It uses recent research findings with a new twist to establish motor efficiency in all planes of movement. This program presents evaluation of movement components and their tie to the autonomic nervous system and primitive reflex system. Please bring a yoga mat to this workshop.

Suggested Audience: OTs, PTs, SLPs, & Early Intervention Specialists

This course is offered for 1.2 AOTA CEUs
This course is offered for 1.2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level; Related Area)

Objectives: Participants will be able to:
1. Present a background of the autonomic nervous system’s effect on the muscular skeletal system and sensory systems in reference to recruited patterns.
2. Develop clinical reasoning skills for evaluation of patterns of movement and
progression of more mature patterns with reference to reflex development and
emotion.
3. Develop efficiency in techniques for integrating suck-swallow-breathe with rhythm and movement patterns.
4. Develop efficiency in Rhythmic Release and Restoration (RRR) techniques for release of stress, and improved use of whole body.
5. Establishment of new treatment protocols for children by using movement to effect change with arousal issues, developmental problems, learning difficulties, sensory, reflex immaturity, and motor control issues.
6. Develop diagnosis-specific movement programs to support the child’s development in clinic sessions, home programs, and the classroom. 

Schedule* (12 contact hours)
Day 1
8:00 Registration
8:30 Introduction
8:45 Present a background of the autonomic nervous system’s effect on the muscular skeletal system and sensory systems in reference to recruited patterns.
10:00 Break
10:30 Develop clinical reasoning skills for evaluation of patterns of movement and progression of more mature patterns with reference to reflex development and emotion.
12:00 Lunch on your own
1:00 Develop efficiency in Rhythmic Release and Restoration (RRR) techniques for release of stress, and improved use of whole body.
2:30 Break
3:00 Develop efficiency in techniques for integrating suck-swallow-breathe with rhythm and movement patterns.
4:15 Conclusions and Questions
4:30 Adjourn

Day 2
8:30 Develop efficiency in the Step Forward Program techniques for coordination of three planes of movement with senses and motor control.
10:00 Break
10:30 Establishment of new treatment protocols for children by using movement to effect change with arousal issues, developmental problems, learning difficulties, sensory, reflex immaturity, and motor control issues.
12:00 Lunch on your own
1:00 Cont… Establishment of new treatment protocols for children by using movement to effect change with arousal issues, developmental problems, learning difficulties, sensory, reflex immaturity, and motor control issues.
2:30 Break
3:00 Develop diagnosis-specific movement programs to support the child’s development in clinic sessions, home programs, and the classroom.
4:15 Conclusions and Questions
4:30 Adjourn

*Topic times may vary; contact hours do not.

Disclosures:
Irene Ingram

• Financial disclosure: Receives a speaking fee from Professional Development Programs.

• Non-financial disclosure: Speaker has no non-financial relationships to disclose.




 

 

   

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