The Best Sensory Line Up Yet – Don’t Miss Out!

Dear Doreit Sarah,
How do you keep your practice current and continuously meet your client’s sensory needs?
You educate yourself with the leading research based treatment and strategies from the best in the field.
We invite you to attend our 19th International 3S Symposium in Seattle!
November 4-5, 2016
19th International 3S Symposium
Evidence-based Practice: Evaluation and Treatment of SPD
Seattle, Washington
This year we are bringing you the latest and greatest professionals in the field who are presenting:

  1. The most recent neuroimaging research that shows the validity of SPD as a diagnosis.
  2. Strategies for conducting therapy in natural settings.
  3. Abundant information on evaluation and treatment processes that every practitioner should know.
This event is a unique opportunity to network with other professionals.
Registration will be open in April and you’ll want to keep a couple of deadlines in mind to get the best pricing possible for this one-of-a-kind event.
Early-Bird Pricing through August 10, 2016 
Advanced Registration Discount through October 6, 2016
Don’t miss this thought-provoking workshop with distinguished speakers. Participate in activities designed to expand your ability to think critically about Sensory Processing Disorder. There is no other symposium like it!
Pre-Conference Presentation
(November 3, 2016)
Strategies for Evaluating Sensory Processing Challenges:
Using the Sensory Processing 3 Dimension Scale, 
AND Categorizing Sensory Subtypes Using
Traditional Motor Assessments
Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR/L, Founder and Director, STAR Center
Sarah A. Schoen, PhD, OTR/L, Director of Research, SPD Foundation
Karin Buitendag, MA, OTR/L, Director of Occupational Therapy, STAR Center

19th International 3S Symposium Speakers
(November 4-5, 2016)
Validity of Sensory Processing Disorder: 
Evidence from Innovative Functional Imaging Approaches
Elysa Marco, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology, Pediatrics and Psychiatry at University of California, San Francisco
Working with Families: 
Implementing A SECRET in Clinical Practice
Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR/L and Doreit Bialer, OTD, OTR
Dr. Miller, Founder and Director of STAR Center, co-author of No Longer A SECRET: Unique Common Sense Strategies for Children with Sensory or Motor Challenges
Doreit, Pediatric Occupational Therapist and co-author of No Longer A SECRET: Unique Common Sense Strategies for Children with Sensory or Motor Challenges
Effectiveness and Outcomes of Occupational Therapy in the Schools
Yvonne Swinth, PhD, OTR/L
Professor and Program Director, School of Occupational Therapy at University of Puget Sound
Strategies for Arousal Regulation
Rosemary White, OTR/L
Owner and Director of Pediatric Physical and Occupational Therapy Services and Pacific Northwest Pediatric Therapy, DIR Floortime Faculty for Profectum and ICDL
Joint Attention and Play Behavior in Children with Autism
Connie Karsari, PhD
Professor of Psychological Studies in Education and Psychiatry at University of California, Los Angeles
Enhancing Communication and Social-Emotional Abilities in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Engaging Family-Professional Partnerships
Amy Laurent, EdM, OTR/L
New England Affiliate of Communication Crossroads, Adjunct Faculty at University of Road Island and Emerson College, Co-Author of The SCERTS Model: A Comprehensive Educational Approach for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Importance of Therapy in Natural Settings
Sandra Schefkind, MS, OTR/L
Pediatric Program Manager, Professional Affairs Division at American Occupational Therapy Association 
Coming to My Senses: Perspectives on Living with SPD
Rachel Schneider, MA, MHC
Adult with SPD and Author of Making Sense: A Guide to Sensory Issues