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Trauma-Informed Occupational Therapy

Traumatic events in a young person's life can be potentially damaging psychologically and emotionally. Emotional trauma can also affect a child's ability to learn and move.

Providing safe, structured opportunities for a child to learn novel, differentiated movements not only can improve their physical well-being, but also expand their learning and emotional capacity.

Pediatric occupational therapy services can support these connections and help to bridge the gap between where a child's trauma could affect their development and/or function.

Contact us to learn more today!

Trauma-Informed Occupational Therapy: The Clinic
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