Thank you, Charlotte for sharing these…we are looking forward to a master class in animation!
Sensory Ladders are not linear – people can jump about – and no one person is the same. This is why we need to work with clients to understand each person’s unique presentation – and as you work changing presentations and ways of ‘being’ and moving/shifting between different self-states. It’s always important to referContinue reading “On Climbing Sensory Ladders”
The first Sensory Ladders were made in 2001 for adults with sensory integration difficulties receiving help with mental health difficulties in Cornwall. Influenced by the paediatric Alert Program, they offered therapists a way to combine Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Ayres’ Sensory Integration, addressing the development of the person’s self-awareness in collaboration with ward staff on anContinue reading “Sensory Ladders in Adult Mental Health and Psychiatry”