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Sensory Intelligence® is embedded in the research of sensory processing, started in occupational therapy but expanded to a wide interdisciplinary network

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The effect of sensory processing on the work performance of call centre agents in a South African context

By Annemarie Lombard

Call centres are thriving and expanding commercial enterprises providing cost-effective ways for organisations to connect with new and existing clients through telecommunication channels. Call centre agents perform this function telephonically…

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Sensory Modulation Challenges: One Missing Piece in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Veterans with PTSD

By Judith Giencke Kimball

Veterans with and without a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) diagnosis were evaluated for presence of Sensory Modulation Challenges (SMC) using the Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile and other measures. Those with PTSD…

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Touch: An integrative review of a somatosensory approach to the treatment of adults with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder

By Suzie McGreevy & Pauline Boland

Introduction: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a complex experience which can adversely affect a person’s health and engagement in daily life. Some evidence-based treatments for PTSD, including pharmacological and psychological…

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