Using Sensory Modulation in Inpatient Units

Using Sensory Modulation in Inpatient Units

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In Inpatient Mental Health Units, the use of sensory modulation can include sensory equipment and using sensory spaces to assist consumers with emotional regulation. This workshop will provide an introduction to Sensory Modulation

Using Sensory Modulation in Community Mental Health

Using Sensory Modulation in Community Mental Health

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This workshop will provide an introduction to using Sensory Modulation in Community Mental Health. Participants will learn Sensory Modulation strategies for self harm, anger, anxiety, dissociation and alerting. Many of the sensory items used are able to be low budget eg a bag of rice, ice pack and other common household items

Using Sensory Modulation for Teacher Self Care

Using Sensory Modulation for Teacher Self Care

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This workshop will provide an introduction to using Sensory Modulation for Teacher self care. Participants will learn Sensory Modulation strategies for staying calm in the classroom, managing anxiety, anger, and getting off to sleep. Some of these techniques may also be helpful to use with children. Many of the sensory items used are able to be low budget eg a bag of rice, ice pack and other common household items.

Using Sensory Modulation for workers in NGO mental health

Using Sensory Modulation for workers in NGO mental health

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This workshop will provide an introduction to using Sensory Modulation in Community settings for NGO workers. Participants will learn Sensory Modulation strategies to support clients who are experiencing panic, distress, anger, anxiety, dissociation and sensory overload. Many of the sensory items used are able to be low budget eg a bag of rice, ice pack and other common household items.