How Interoception and Other Sensory Systems Can Affect Play and Social Learning
Play is one of the first occupations babies and children engage in and it provides the foundational skills onto which other occupations (e.g. student, athlete, artist) develop. Social interactions are commonplace in play and serve as opportunities to build social-emotional learning skills. Research has demonstrated links between poor awareness and processing of sensory information, which can affect emotion regulation, play and social engagement. This course will provide an introduction to the eight sensory systems, including the lesser known sense, "Interoception." Building awareness of the...Read morese sensory systems can support self-regulation, play & social skills. Linking interoceptive signals to feelings can enhance social-emotional learning skills and increase present moment awareness. Strategies for teaching interoceptive awareness in the play room will be shared that may help young clients with trauma, loneliness or social connection challenges. Less...
- 1. After this course, participants will be able to identify and provide basic descriptions of the eight sensory systems.
- 2. After this course, participants will be able to recognize primary signs of play and social learning disruptions affected by sensory processing
- 3. After this course, participants will be able to identify play strategies to facilitate improved awareness of interoception.
Thursday, November 18, 2021
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About the speakers
Aishah Muhammad-Flissinger, OTD, OTR/L
Monica Fyfe, MFT, BCBA, RPT-S
CE Information - Earn 2 CE Credit Hours
Association of Play Therapists
Due to COVID-19 health concerns, this one-time online event has been approved by APT for 2 Contact CE Hours
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