Category: Sensory Foundations

Following the Client’s Lead, Day 3

Super tips to help you in “Following the Client’s Lead” As mentioned in some of the videos, following the client’s lead does involve following their interests, but it also involves a lot more. Here is a bullet list of things to look for in following the client’s lead:       2. Following their need for volume… Read more »

Behaviors, Clues to the REAL Issues

Behaviors are clues. No behavior exists “just because he doesnt feel like,” or “he just doesnt like….”, etc. Behaviors give us clues to what a childs weaker areas may be, areas that need support or development. If someone is shiveving, it is most likely that they are cold or possibly scared. Holding them down, rarely… Read more »

Issues with Constipation, Withholding and Reading Internal Bathroom Cues in Children

I had decided to write about this following a conversation with another health professional that specializes in this area contacted us for a referal. Recognizing individual differences through Back Mountain Music Therapy’s developmental approach, one thing we have seen often in our sessions is the start of self regulation with these issues. No guardian has… Read more »