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Module One For Professionals: Sensory-Based Strategies for Self-Regulation

Includes all 12 Units and CEU's.
Welcome! 

In this module, you will learn about your 8 senses in detail and how each one impacts your alertness level. You will learn how you can use sensory input to help calm or wake up the brain and body. You will understand how sensory input is a powerful tool in the art of self-regulation and how to use your senses for improved well-being.

This module consists of 12 videos, worksheets/handouts, quizzes for mastery, and 12 case studies. Module One Plus also includes two 30-minute live Zoom sessions with a trainer. 

** A certificate of completion will be awarded after successful achievement of the module (80% average is required on quizzes)

** 6 CEU's will be awarded upon completion of this module (UOTA approved, NASW-UT approved, NASW 5 hrs. approved, AOTA pending)

Pricing

Module One - includes all videos, worksheets, case studies and quizzes and certificate of completion as well as discussion forum: $280.00 

Module One Plus - includes all videos, worksheets, case studies and quizzes and certificate of completion as well as discussion forum PLUS 2 30-min 1:1 zoom session with a trainer to discuss specific cases or questions and implementation strategies: $340.00 

** Zoom sessions can also be added on a la carte at any time for $35.00 per 30 min session.


Unit 1 – Sensory Strategies for Self-Regulation

In this unit you will get an introduction to your eight senses, learn how sensory inputs affect self-regulation, investigate what “self-regulation” means, and review the sense of interoception. You will also be able to take a quiz to determine what your baseline level of energy and alertness is which will better help you determine how to alter that as needed.
This unit consists of one video, three worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 2 – Sense of Sight

In this unit, we dive into the sense of sight and how what we see greatly impacts our mood, alertness, and ability to stay regulated. You will learn how it is about more than simply what you see that impacts us visually. You will also learn strategies to alter your visual surroundings to assist in self-regulation.
This unit consists of one video, 2 worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 3 – Sense of Smell

In this unit we explore our sense of smell. Our olfactory sense (sense of smell) is a powerful tool to assist in self-regulation with both pleasant and aversive smells, can assist in breaking repetitive thought patterns, and can assist in staying in the present moment. Our sense of smell can be used to both calm and alert the brain and body. We will review practical ways to use olfaction as a sensory-based tool.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 4 – Sense of Sound

This unit reviews our sense of sound and how the sounds we hear help us to alert or calm our brains and bodies. We examine different types of sound and how that impacts us and our arousal level. We also review pleasant and aversive sounds and how we can use sound to alter our level of alertness as needed for the task at hand.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 5 – Sense of Taste

This unit examines our sense of taste. We review the anatomy of our tongue and types of taste. We examine how what we taste can be used to help self-regulate, work with oral-seeking behaviors, and help keep us focused or organized.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 6 – Sense of Touch

In this unit the sense of touch is reviewed as a tool to assist with self-regulation. We review the basics of touch and various sorts of touch input. We also discuss practical tools to provide various tactile inputs that can assist in neurologic organization and alertness.

This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 7 – Proprioception

The purpose of this video is to review the proprioceptive sense and how this sensory input can help us to stay and feel regulated. We review the brain basics of proprioception. We discuss practical tools for obtaining proprioceptive input as well as review calming and alerting strategies within this sense.
This unit consists of one video, 2 worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 8 – Vestibular Sense

Vestibular sense is reviewed in this video. The anatomy and physiology of our vestibular sense is reviewed. The calming and alerting effects of vestibular input is discussed as well as practical easy ways to obtain vestibular input throughout our day.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 9 – Sensory Strategies for Calming the Brain

This video teaches about the “just right level of alertness” and ways to help your body and brain to be more calm and organized. We review the steps to identify our alertness level and then choose strategies to alter as needed for the task at hand. Calming strategies within each sensory system are reviewed.
This unit consists of one video, 2 worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 10 – Sensory Strategies for Alerting the Brain

This video reviews sensory strategies that can be used to alert the brain and body. The steps needed to identity alertness level and strategies to alter that level are summarized. Alerting strategies within each sensory system are reviewed.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 11 – Personal Sensory Toolkit

This video teaches the key principals for developing your own personal sensory toolkit. A personal toolkit is a great way to keep sensory strategies at your fingertips. Supplies are reviewed and practical strategies discussed.
This unit consists of one video, 2 worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 12 – Sensory Diet

The difference between a sensory kit and sensory diet is reviewed. What is a sensory diet? How to create one for yourself? How to implement? All of this and more is reviewed in this video.


Module One Plus For Professionals: Sensory-Based Strategies for Self-Regulation

Includes all 12 units, 2 live zoom sessions with trainer, and CEU's
Welcome! 

In this module, you will learn about your 8 senses in detail and how each one impacts your alertness level. You will learn how you can use sensory input to help calm or wake up the brain and body. You will understand how sensory input is a powerful tool in the art of self-regulation and how to use your senses for improved well-being.

This module consists of 12 videos, worksheets/handouts, quizzes for mastery, and 12 case studies. Module One Plus also includes two 30-minute live Zoom sessions with a trainer. 

** A certificate of completion will be awarded after successful achievement of the module (80% average is required on quizzes)

** 6 CEU's will be awarded upon completion of this module (UOTA approved, NASW-UT approved, NASW approved, AOTA pending)

Pricing

Module One - includes all videos, worksheets, case studies and quizzes and certificate of completion as well as discussion forum: $280.00 

Module One Plus - includes all videos, worksheets, case studies and quizzes and certificate of completion as well as discussion forum PLUS 2 30-min 1:1 zoom session with a trainer to discuss specific cases or questions and implementation strategies: $340.00 

** Zoom sessions can also be added on a la carte at any time for $35.00 per 30 min session.


Unit 1 – Sensory Strategies for Self-Regulation

In this unit you will get an introduction to your eight senses, learn how sensory inputs affect self-regulation, investigate what “self-regulation” means, and review the sense of interoception. You will also be able to take a quiz to determine what your baseline level of energy and alertness is which will better help you determine how to alter that as needed.
This unit consists of one video, three worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 2 – Sense of Sight

In this unit, we dive into the sense of sight and how what we see greatly impacts our mood, alertness, and ability to stay regulated. You will learn how it is about more than simply what you see that impacts us visually. You will also learn strategies to alter your visual surroundings to assist in self-regulation.
This unit consists of one video, 2 worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 3 – Sense of Smell

In this unit we explore our sense of smell. Our olfactory sense (sense of smell) is a powerful tool to assist in self-regulation with both pleasant and aversive smells, can assist in breaking repetitive thought patterns, and can assist in staying in the present moment. Our sense of smell can be used to both calm and alert the brain and body. We will review practical ways to use olfaction as a sensory-based tool.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 4 – Sense of Sound

This unit reviews our sense of sound and how the sounds we hear help us to alert or calm our brains and bodies. We examine different types of sound and how that impacts us and our arousal level. We also review pleasant and aversive sounds and how we can use sound to alter our level of alertness as needed for the task at hand.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 5 – Sense of Taste

This unit examines our sense of taste. We review the anatomy of our tongue and types of taste. We examine how what we taste can be used to help self-regulate, work with oral-seeking behaviors, and help keep us focused or organized.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 6 – Sense of Touch

In this unit the sense of touch is reviewed as a tool to assist with self-regulation. We review the basics of touch and various sorts of touch input. We also discuss practical tools to provide various tactile inputs that can assist in neurologic organization and alertness.

This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 7 – Proprioception

The purpose of this video is to review the proprioceptive sense and how this sensory input can help us to stay and feel regulated. We review the brain basics of proprioception. We discuss practical tools for obtaining proprioceptive input as well as review calming and alerting strategies within this sense.
This unit consists of one video, 2 worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 8 – Vestibular Sense

Vestibular sense is reviewed in this video. The anatomy and physiology of our vestibular sense is reviewed. The calming and alerting effects of vestibular input is discussed as well as practical easy ways to obtain vestibular input throughout our day.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 9 – Sensory Strategies for Calming the Brain

This video teaches about the “just right level of alertness” and ways to help your body and brain to be more calm and organized. We review the steps to identify our alertness level and then choose strategies to alter as needed for the task at hand. Calming strategies within each sensory system are reviewed.
This unit consists of one video, 2 worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 10 – Sensory Strategies for Alerting the Brain

This video reviews sensory strategies that can be used to alert the brain and body. The steps needed to identity alertness level and strategies to alter that level are summarized. Alerting strategies within each sensory system are reviewed.
This unit consists of one video, 1 worksheet, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 11 – Personal Sensory Toolkit

This video teaches the key principals for developing your own personal sensory toolkit. A personal toolkit is a great way to keep sensory strategies at your fingertips. Supplies are reviewed and practical strategies discussed.
This unit consists of one video, 2 worksheets, a quiz for mastery, and one case study.

Unit 12 – Sensory Diet

The difference between a sensory kit and sensory diet is reviewed. What is a sensory diet? How to create one for yourself? How to implement? All of this and more is reviewed in this video.


Teacher: Bonnie Eckman

Add on Zoom Sessions

Add on a live one on one 30 min zoom session with one of our trainers. You can discuss ways to personalize these skills for your practice, clients, or yourself. You can ask specific questions and take a deeper dive in to one or more senses.
You can book your Zoom sessions here. 

** Zoom sessions can also be added on a la carte at any time for $35.00 per 30 min session.

Unit One For Non-Professionals: Sensory Strategies for Self-Regulation

Unit 1 – Sensory Strategies for Self-Regulation

In this unit, you will get an introduction to your eight senses, learn how sensory inputs affect self-regulation, investigate what “self-regulation” means, and review the sense of interoception. You will also be able to take a quiz to determine what your baseline level of energy and alertness is which will better help you determine how to alter that as needed.

This unit consists of one video, and three worksheets.

Unit Two For Non-Professionals: Sense of Sight

Unit 2 – Sense of Sight

In this unit, we dive into the sense of sight and how what we see greatly impacts our mood, alertness, and ability to stay regulated. You will learn how it is about more than simply what you see that impacts us visually. You will also learn strategies to alter your visual surroundings to assist in self-regulation.
This unit consists of one video, and 2 worksheets.

Unit Three For Non-Professionals: Sense of Smell

Unit 3 – Sense of Smell 

In this unit we explore our sense of smell. Our olfactory sense (sense of smell) is a powerful tool to assist in self-regulation with both pleasant and aversive smells, can assist in breaking repetitive thought patterns, and can assist in staying in the present moment. Our sense of smell can be used to both calm and alert the brain and body. We will review practical ways to use olfaction as a sensory-based tool. 

This unit consists of one video, and 1 worksheet.

Unit Four For Non-Professionals: Sense of Sound

Unit 4 – Sense of Sound 


This unit reviews our sense of sound and how the sounds we hear help us to alert or calm our brains and bodies. We examine different types of sound and how that impacts us and our arousal level. We also review pleasant and aversive sounds and how we can use sound to alter our level of alertness as needed for the task at hand. This unit consists of one video, and 1 worksheet.

 

Unit Five For Non-Professionals: Sense of Taste

Unit 5 – Sense of Taste

This unit examines our sense of taste. We review the anatomy of our tongue and types of taste. We examine how what we taste can be used to help self-regulate, work with oral-seeking behaviors, and help keep us focused or organized.
This unit consists of one video, and 1 worksheet.

Unit Six For Non-Professionals; Sense of Touch

Unit 6 – Sense of Touch

In this unit the sense of touch is reviewed as a tool to assist with self-regulation. We review the basics of touch and various sorts of touch input. We also discuss practical tools to provide various tactile inputs that can assist in neurologic organization and alertness.

This unit consists of one video, and 1 worksheet.

Unit Seven For Non-Professionals: Proprioception

Unit 7 – Proprioception

The purpose of this video is to review the proprioceptive sense and how this sensory input can help us to stay and feel regulated. We review the brain basics of proprioception. We discuss practical tools for obtaining proprioceptive input as well as review calming and alerting strategies within this sense.
This unit consists of one video, and 2 worksheets.

Unit Eight For Non-Professionals: Vestibular Sense

Unit 8 – Vestibular Sense

Vestibular sense is reviewed in this video. The anatomy and physiology of our vestibular sense is reviewed. The calming and alerting effects of vestibular input is discussed as well as practical easy ways to obtain vestibular input throughout our day.
This unit consists of one video, and 1 worksheet.


Unit Nine For Non-Professionals: Sensory Strategies for Calming the Brain

Unit 9 – Sensory Strategies for Calming the Brain

This video teaches about the “just right level of alertness” and ways to help your body and brain to be more calm and organized. We review the steps to identify our alertness level and then choose strategies to alter as needed for the task at hand. Calming strategies within each sensory system are reviewed.
This unit consists of one video, and 2 worksheets.

Unit 9 – Sensory Strategies for Calming the Brain This video teaches about the “just right level of alertness” and ways to help your body and brain to be more calm and organized. We review the steps to identify our alertness level and then choose strategies to alter as needed for the task at hand. Calming strategies within each sensory system are reviewed. This unit consists of one video, and 2 worksheets.

Unit Ten For Non-Professionals: Sensory Strategies for Alerting the Brain

Unit 10 – Sensory Strategies for Alerting the Brain

This video reviews sensory strategies that can be used to alert the brain and body. The steps needed to identity alertness level and strategies to alter that level are summarized. Alerting strategies within each sensory system are reviewed.
This unit consists of one video, and 1 worksheet.

Unit Eleven For Non-Professionals: Personal Sensory Toolkit

Unit 11 – Personal Sensory Toolkit

This video teaches the key principals for developing your own personal sensory toolkit. A personal toolkit is a great way to keep sensory strategies at your fingertips. Supplies are reviewed and practical strategies discussed.
This unit consists of one video, and 2 worksheets.

Unit Twelve For Non-Professionals: Sensory Diet

Unit 12 – Sensory Diet 

The difference between a sensory kit and sensory diet is reviewed. What is a sensory diet? How to create one for yourself? How to implement? All of this and more is reviewed in this video.