The Role of Multisensory Processing: The Interface Between Anxiety and Sensory Processing

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Ted Hutman

Ted Hutman, PhD

Ted Hutman, PhD

Differences in sensory processing in individuals with autism include the increased likelihood of the layering of unpleasant sensations to create emotional over-reactivity. The implications of enduring patterns of emotional over-reactivity include elevated risk for anxiety in children and challenges for parents to meet their children’s needs. Dr. Hutman will discuss research identifying the challenges individuals with autism have when presented with multi-layered sensory information and he will share examples from clinical practice of ways that these challenges result in anxiety-driven behaviors and ways that parents and professionals can better understand and support children’s sensory profiles and emotional needs.

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Ted Hutman, PhD

Differences in sensory processing in individuals with autism include the increased likelihood of the layering of unpleasant sensations to create emotional over-reactivity. The implications of enduring patterns of emotional over-reactivity include elevated risk for anxiety in children and challenges for parents to meet their children’s needs. Dr. Hutman will discuss research identifying the challenges individuals with autism have when presented with multi-layered sensory information and he will share examples from clinical practice of ways that these challenges result in anxiety-driven behaviors and ways that parents and professionals can better understand and support children’s sensory profiles and emotional needs.

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