Traditional Occupational Therapy addresses a child's ability to engage in meaningful occupations. A child's most meaningful occupations vary throughout childhood, although, will typically include daily routine engagement, play. social exploration, leisure exploration, and academics. We focus on developing skills in all these areas to improve a child's overall confidence throughout day to day activities.
Dynamic Body Balancing is a treatment method that provides an intricate way of treating central nervous system dysfunction through the use of Myofascial Unwinding, Craniosacral Therapy, and Biofield therapy. There is focus on relaxing the spine and the tension along the cranium, to allow for the body to shift out of a fight or flight state, and into a rest and digest state. When the body is given time to rest and regenerate, learning becomes easier and progress occurs at a much faster rate.
Neurodevelopmental Therapy is a movement and reflex Integration based technique that helps to rebuild and/or generate neurological connections. This rebuilding improves volitional movement patterns that facilitate the most optimal learning. It is a technique that helps to develop all different levels of the central nervous system resulting in whole brain function.
The Haller Method is a research informed approach used to treat clinical dysfunction. It's treatment model takes into account five main areas that affect the vast majority of clients that we see. It is a treatment model that produces fast, effective, long lasting results for children experiencing sensory processing issues, learning delays, and emotional regulation difficulties.