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The Integrated Pathways Model introduces the power of Occupational Therapy’s techniques combined with EMDR, Imago, and Attachment Theories. Processing the negative messages from the past allows for healthier behaviors into the present, and effectively processing the bombardment of sensory input, as well as the reconnecting or attaching to ourselves and others allows a broader range of recovery. This Integrated Pathways Model is for all treatment diagnoses, for example, PTSD, ADD/ADHD, OCD, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Addictions, Depression, Autism, Attachment Difficulties, Learning difficulties, trauma, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, and more. Participants will learn and personally experience the Integrative Pathways Protocol, which allows clients from the first session to begin self- regulation and to develop an openness that reduces anxiety, not otherwise present.

  • Date: 07/23/2021 09:00 AM - 07/25/2021 03:00 PM
  • Location Online Event

Price: $400



1.Participants will be gaining an understanding of Sensory Processing /Sensory Processing Disorder, along with causes, symptoms and effects of emotional development.                                                    2.Explore how traumatized clients process information through the lens of the Sensory, AIP/ EMDR, and IRT Therapies.                                                                                                                                                 3.Develop an understanding of how Sensory Processing tools and techniques can relieve traumatic re-experiencing and develop new connection within self and others. These skills can help clients manage their emotions and be less reactive.                                                                                                       4.Demonstrate the integration of the Sensory Processing, EMDR, and IRT with interactive examples. 5.Experiential integration of techniques for self-regulating and reconnecting through the Inner Child process and Imago dialogue.                                                                                                                                            6.Explore how childhood experiences effect neurological, cognitive, and emotional development, which affecting self-worth, confidence, self- regulation, and plus the ability to connect with one’s self and others.