Highly Sensitive Families

What is a highly sensitive person? What are the core traits of highly sensitive families? In this episode, we explore these questions as well as how high sensitivity and anxiety intersect and the role of sensory processing in highly sensitive people. How can clinicians support highly sensitive families including when sensory needs collide. 

Continuing Education

This Podcast Episode Provides 1 Hour of CE Credit

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Course Description

What is a highly sensitive person? What are the core traits of highly sensitive families? In this episode, we explore these questions as well as how high sensitivity and anxiety intersect and the role of sensory processing in highly sensitive people. How can clinicians support highly sensitive families including when sensory needs collide.

Instructor's bio

Natalie Brunswick is a registered occupational therapist and psychotherapist who believes in a holistic, relational and trauma-informed approach to mental health, wellness & parenting. Natalie completed her MScOT in Occupational Therapy at the University of Toronto and is a member of the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario (COTO). She’s also completed extensive training in psychotherapy, using a trauma-informed approach and drawing from a variety of techniques, including cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, emotion focused therapy, internal family systems, mindful self-compassion & sensorimotor (somatic) psychotherapy.
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Learning Objectives

  • Identify characteristics of High Sensitivity
  • Identify effective strategies for working with highly sensitive families

How to Take the Course

Once you choose a course that interests you, simply click the enroll button to register for the course. You will be prompted to create your login information and then be directed to the course curriculum where you will have access to the episode, the learning objectives, and the post-test. Once you successfully complete the post-test, your CE credit certificate will appear on screen and can be downloaded. You can listen to the course episode directly on the course website or on your favourite podcast app.

How to Get Your Certificate

After listening to the course episode, you will be prompted to take the multiple choice post-test. To receive your continuing education credit certificate, you need to achieve a score of 70% of more. You may retake the post-test up to three times. Once successfully completed, the certificate will appear in your course area where you can download it.

Commercial Support

Natalie Brunswick has parenting workshops online.

FAQ

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Course Format

This course is presented in audio format via podcast interview. The course is designed for post-doctoral psychologists and is an introductory level.

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Continuing Education Approvals

Dr. Tamara Soles is approved by the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Dr. Tamara Soles maintains responsibility for the program. Verify with your State or Provincial governing body to ensure APA and CPA approved activities are eligible. *Note: Not currently eligible for OPQ CE credit.

 

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