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How to recognize potential relationship-building connections within SNOEZELEN-MSE, and how to improve our interactive work through self-study recordings — this is the insightful topic of our upcoming discussion, as we continue our, free, educational webinar series on Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 2:30 pm EDT.
Presentation of topics is approximately 45 minutes, with some additional time allowed for questions. The sessions are a public service for our communities. All are welcome. Registration is free and easy.
How can we create and use self-recordings for professional self-study? Learn how to use recorded interactions for observing, identifying and evaluating the four essential elements of relationship-building pieces within Snoezelen-MSE: the structure, challenge, engagement, and nurturing of the processes.
About the Presenter: Dr. Anthony M. McCrovitz, LMHC, BCPC, IMH-E® (II), DAPA, Executive Director of the Quality of Life Institute, Inc., serves on the board of the International Snoezelen-MSE Association.
Dr. McCrovitz develops teaching materials and training programs to support professionals who provide direct services. In 2016, he launched this monthly webinar instructional series, to help in giving worldwide access to learning about the Snoezelen approach, and exploring the therapist’s role in multi-sensory environments.
These materials and introduction to training programs have been offered to his students in related fields of psychology and social sciences, and are being shared with students at the University of Saint Francis, where he’s teaching in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences.
He continues to work closely with senior Snoezelen advisor at Hartenberg Centre in the Netherlands, Ad Verheul, and the president of International Snoezelen Association (ISNA- MSE) in Denmark, Maurits Eijgendaal. Together, they have developed Snoezelen-MSE training and workshops that were presented in the U.S.
In June, Dr. McCrovitz was a speaker for the annual International Snoezelen Conference in Quebec, and continues to collaborate with Snoezelen leadership in offering topics relating to Snoezelen-MSE, and inspiring a reimagination and facilitation for multi-sensory environments.