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Sensory Processing Solutions with Dr. Sally Fryer Dietz

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Please join us and our guest, Dr. Sally Fryer Dietz, for a show on Sensory Processing Solutions: Drug-Free Therapies to Realize Your Child’s Potential. Every person—whether baby, child, teenager, or adult—interacts with the world in their own unique way. Yet some have a harder time than others due to a variety of sensory processing issues, which can lead to motor delays, learning differences, frustration, anxiety, emotional, behavioral, and social challenges, as well as diagnoses like ADHD and “autism spectrum.” As sensory integration expert Dr. Dietz reveals, these children are not “broken.” We are all unique, some just need more options and new ways to approach the world in order to make better sense of it.

Speaking from her decades of professional experience as well as her own journey to help her oldest son, Sally shares in-depth guidance to help you find the right therapeutic support for your child. She explains how children with sensory processing “glitches” are often misunderstood and put on medication rather than in therapies that can help them succeed naturally. Sally outlines therapies and treatments for body and mind that can help improve your child’s sensory motor development and function.

Dr. Sally Fryer Dietz is the Founder and Director of Integrative Pediatric Therapy and Integrative Concussion Therapy in Dallas, Texas. She lectures and teaches nationally and internationally on sensory integration, developmental therapy, CranioSacral Therapy, concussion rehabilitation and the efficacy of combining traditional and alternative treatment methods. In addition to Sensory Processing Solutions, Sally is author of “When Kids Fly!  Solutions for Children with Sensory Integration Challenges. Learn more at sallyfryerdietz.com and iptkids.com.

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