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workshops and trainings

LEVEL 1 LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Circus Arts Therapy®: Introduction

By the end of the Introduction Session, Learners should be able to:

  • verbally communicate specific ways in which Circus Arts Therapy can be used in their practice
  • be able to demonstrate basic Chi Kung exercises
  • clearly identify 3 examples of Brain or Body Balancing
  • identify the different learning modalities
Basic Aerial Training
By the end of the Basic Aerial Training, Learners should be able to:
  • demonstrate the difference between proper body positioning and improper body positioning
  • identify the physical, mental, and social benefits of using aerial exercises in a therapeutic session
  • be able to create a basic skill progression plan for a specific client
Basic Ground Training
By the end of Basic Ground Training, Learners should be able to:
  • demonstrate the difference between proper body positioning and improper body positioning on 3 pieces of ground equipment
  • identify the physical, mental, and social benefits of using ground exercises in a therapeutic session
  • be able to create a basic skill progression plan for a specific client
Circus Arts Therapy: Foundation
By the end of the Foundation Sessions, Learners should be able to:
  • identify important factors in determining an appropriate treatment plan
  • identify three differences between a typical child and one with sensory challenges
  • identify three regulating exercises
  • demonstrate reflective listening
  • be able to complete an intake sheet and progress report for individual and group sessions
  • be able to verbally communicate how to implement the credit system for behavior modification

 

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