“Regulating Rhythm” UFZC Round Table Presentation

“Regulating Rhythm” UFZC Round Table Presentation

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Various forms of rhythm have been found to provide a regulating effect for the nervous system. Epilepsy, ADD/ADHD, Autism, Sensory Processing Dysfunction, and stuttering are a few of the ailments that show a disruption in the normal rhythms of the nervous system.The use of rhythm may provide therapeutic benefits for individuals who are challenged with these conditions. For those who were not at the presentation,  I will be expounding more on this topic over the next few weeks, so stay tuned!

The handouts provide a brief description of selected techniques, the individuals who may benefit most from these techniques, and many references to further resources for those who want to start learning more. Enjoy!

Rhythm & the Nervous System – UFZA Conference Presentation page 1

Rhythm & the Nervous System – UFZA Conference Presentation page 2