Sensory Processing Disorder: Understanding a client’s touch (featured in the Australian Massage and Myotherapy Journal)

by | Mar 23, 2022 | Blog, Sensory Processing

Deb is featured in the Australian Massage and Myotherapy Journal!! She wrote an in-depth guest piece about Sensory Processing Disorder: Understanding a client’s touch needs.
  • In the article, you will read about:
  • Sensory processing: the neurology of how we feel
  • Sensory processing disorder: when the defenses don’t work
  • Small “cup” – the radio is too loud
  • Too much touch, or not enough?
  • When a massage therapist gets wrong
  • Understanding sensory processing disorder for your massage or myotherapy practice
  • Sensory processing, autism, and ADHD
  • Sensory symptoms and their categories
  • Q and A

A great article to help explain Sensory Processing Disorder! Hoping this could help quickly explain SPD and reach parents who need more info about the topic.

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You can download the PDF copy here Vol 20 Issue 1 – 2022 (Deb Hopper)

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