Conceptualizing Stress as a Core Concept in Development, Situating it as a Main Feature of the Individual Profile, and Exploring Relational Pathways for Mitigating it

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Tal Baz

Tal Baz OTR/L, MS, OTR/L

Tal Baz, MS, OTR/L

This presentation will aim to describe the interconnections between stress and regulation, examine the phenomena of stress as a central tenet of the individual profile of children with autism, and explore the pathways we can utilize in treatment to mitigate stress, improve regulation, and foster development. In particular we will examine the efficacy of relational, affective, and sensory strategies through the use of sense data technology developed by Dr. Rosalind Picard, in conjunction with video material and clinical reflections.

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Tal Baz, MS, OTR/L

This presentation will aim to describe the interconnections between stress and regulation, examine the phenomena of stress as a central tenet of the individual profile of children with autism, and explore the pathways we can utilize in treatment to mitigate stress, improve regulation, and foster development. In particular we will examine the efficacy of relational, affective, and sensory strategies through the use of sense data technology developed by Dr. Rosalind Picard, in conjunction with video material and clinical reflections.

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