Greensboro Sensory Therapy Room
A sensory room provides your child with the opportunity to process emotions, improve communication skills, develop mindfulness skills, and learn how to process challenges in life in a calm and constructive space. Our sensory room has therapeutic tools that range from play sand to light sensory objects that your child can use during the session.
Check out the picture below to see some of the therapeutic tools that we have in the sensory therapy room.
Our Therapy Sensory Room
Your child may experience a distressful or difficult reaction to sensory experiences. This can cause your child to feel frustrated or simply not calm. A sensory room can support your child with learning how to regulate their emotions and process feelings in a healthy constructive way.
A sensory room is a dedicated space that supports individuals with their therapy needs. The items in the sensory room support regulating reaction and mood and addressing areas connected to Autism Spectrum Disorder, mood disorders, and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.
The sensory room is a low-stress environment that helps your child interact with objects. Your child is able to work on processing emotions through therapeutic strategies such as role-playing, sand therapy, and more.
The sensory therapy room in our Greensboro counseling office supports individuals with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder), Autism Spectrum, anxiety, and depression. A sensory room can support your child with addressing unwanted symptoms, processing feelings, learning coping skills, and improving decision-making skills.
Read more about sensory toys by clicking here and how weighted blankets can help with relieving mental health symptoms by clicking here.
Common benefits of a sensory therapy room on mental health.
- Process emotions.
- Cognitive development.
- Improve communication skills.
- Motor skills development.
- Improve mindfulness skills.
- Calming effect.
Improve focus and concentration.