Sensory Integration Certification Program
May 2013 – July 2014, Sponsored by USC/WPS
This program allows you obtain Certification in Sensory Integration including the SIPT. which is sponsored by USC/WPS and is the most highly regarded post-graduate pathway to advance competency in sensory integration theory and intervention.
It is also the only Sensory Integration Course approved by Dr. A. Jean Ayres. This set of 4 sensory integration workshops is also the only certification program endorsed by the publishers of the Sensory Integration and Praxis (SIPT) Tests.
The University of Southern California Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy together with Western Psychological Services presents this training program in sensory integration consisting of four 5-day courses. Presented by eminent Occupational Therapists who are experts in Sensory Integration Theory and Practice, this four-course series offers the most thorough and practical sensory integration training in the world. It covers sensory integration theory, assessment, interpretation, and intervention. Based on scientific evidence and clinical reasoning, course content teacher participants how to apply sensory integration principles in multiple settings to treat various problems. including learning and behaviour disorders, attention deficits, Autism, Aspergers Syndrome, and developmental delays.
Sensory Potential is presenting each course only once over the next two years. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to become certified in Sensory Integration including the SIPT!
You can complete modules individually or you can complete all 4 modules which will lead to Certification in Sensory Integration:
Course 1: The Sensory Integration Perspective (8th-12th May, 2013) presented by Professor Anita Bundy, ScD, OTR, FAOTA: This course provides in-depth information on the theoretical foundations of sensory integration, with emphasis on the role of sensory integration in development and its use in intervention
Course 2: Specialized techniques for measuring Sensory Integration (28thSept-2nd October, 2013) presented by Zoe Mailloux, MA, OTR/L, FAOTA: This course trains participants to use and understand the Sensory Integration & Praxis Test (SIPT) and other measures of sensory functioning. Participants learn to assess clients with various diagnoses and referring problems, using the SIPT as the “gold standard.”
Course 3: From Interpretation to Intervention (10th-14h May, 2014) presented by Susanne Smith Roley, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA: This course provides information necessary for interpreting standardized and non standardized assessment data, and for using this data to plan intervention strategies.
Course 4: Sensory Integration Intervention (12th -16th July, 2014) presented by Professor Anita Bundy, ScD, OTR, FAOTA: This course provides clinical reasoning strategies for designing and implementing intervention using a sensory integration frame of reference.