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Clinical Mentorships at the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation

If you were one of the many who were turned away when we sold out our 2010 programs, we're sorry. The good news is that we have six programs scheduled for 2011. Seating is limited and reserved for qualified mentees on a first-come, first-served basis.

Our , "Intensive Mentorship in Diagnosis and Treatment of Sensory Processing Disorder: Clinical Reasoning in Intervention" is a 5-day course that includes a combination of lecture sessions by researchers at the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation and mentored clinical observations at STAR (Sensory Therapies And Research) Center in Denver, Colorado. This is a unique opportunity to receive training in intervention for Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and other sensory challenges.

Level 1 Intensive Mentorships feature:

  • Small group size of 8 - 10 therapists
  • Overview of SPD subtypes and clinical reasoning tools for treatment planning
  • Observation of experienced STAR therapists treating children with occupational therapy in combination with other interventions used in the unique STAR intervention model
  • Active mentoring before, during, and after treatment sessions
  • Group guidance from Lucy Jane Miller, Ph.D., OTR, and Sarah A. Schoen, Ph.D., OTR
  • Overview of differential diagnosis
  • Training in differential diagnosis using standardized scales, clinical observation, and published parent/teacher report measures
  • Competency credentials and 3.0 AOTA CEUs

2011 Dates:

  • March 8 - 12
  • May 17 - 21
  • June 14 - 18
  • July 12 - 16
  • August 16 - 20
  • November 8 - 12

for a 2011 session at 2010 tuition prices! A tuition increase goes into effect January 1, 2011. for more information and .

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