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The Alexander Technique is an effective sensory integration method for people on the Autism Spectrum and individuals with Sensory Processing Disorder.
The Alexander Technique is ideally suited for helping people form sensory integration and body awareness, and comprises a system of physical and vocal training that is especially beneficial for people on the Spectrum.
The Alexander Technique’s gentle, non-invasive system of realignment and poise is also noted for calming the nervous system and teaching stress management, thereby relieving tension and anxiety.
Caitlin is experienced working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum. Her clients on the Spectrum experience improvements in posture, movement, and overall sense of well-being.
Caitlin has presented the results of her work with people on the Spectrum at conferences across the country and internationally. In 2015, she was invited to lecture at the 10th International Alexander Technique Congress in Limerick, Ireland. Click here to download a PDF of Caitlin’s presentation.
Expanding the use of the Alexander Technique to meet the needs of people on the Spectrum is an area of ongoing research.
Please contact Caitlin Freeman to find out how the Alexander Technique can help you or someone you know with Autism.