January 25, 2018 Webinar: 12N EDT :: The Active Relationship Component
Webinar Series: Reimagining and Facilitating Multi-Sensory Environments
Join the conversation…inspiration…resources
Presentation of topics is approximately 45 minutes, with some additional time allowed for discussion. These sessions are provided as an educational service to promote the potentials and possibilities for quality of life outcomes, when working with others in multi-sensory environments.
All are welcome. Registration is free.
How does cultivating one’s inherent sense of curiosity lead processes of discovery?
What does the interaction between the Individual and the parent or professional look like within the multi-sensory environment?
As we learn how to assess ourselves and how we use “our tools” (hands, eyes, words, presence), we can become skilled in laying a foundation for a relationship that cultivates intrinsic worth and nurtures what the heart can know and understand.
Understanding the active relationship component supports our focus in working toward quality of life outcomes. These outcomes not only provide the needed structure, level of engagement, ability to challenge, and nurturing; mentoring a spirit of gentleness encourages an Individual to discover and reclaim their heart’s own, intrinsic curiosity and sense of wonder through this collaboration of learning and growing together.
He initiated this instructional series to help give worldwide access to those wanting to learn about the Snoezelen-MSE approach by exploring the therapist’s role in multi-sensory environments.
He serves on the board of the International Snoezelen-MSE Association, and presented “Exploring the Therapist’s Role in a Multi-Sensory Environment: a checklist of tools and supports for the mentor who is implementing a Snoezelen approach,“ at their most recent annual conference, held in Quebec. He also serves on the Board of Gentle Teaching International. He is President of the Indiana Professional Counseling Foundation (IPCF),a past president of the Indiana Counseling Association.