Sensory-Based Occupational Therapy Brings Trauma Treatment to a New Level

How do we help people who have experienced trauma bridge the gap between the brain and body functions?  Sensory-based occupational therapy is closing the barrier.  An individual who suffers from trauma encounters physiological changes to the nervous system.  This study finds that dynamic sensory-motor processes are a catalyst for improved movement and social and environmental interactions.

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