Sensory Processing Disorder is when the brain has trouble receiving and responding to messages that it receives through the senses.  Oftentimes,  children with SPD may be oversensitive to stimuli in their environment, such as: Texture/Taste Sounds/Noises Touch Balance Sights [caption id="attachment_971" align="aligncenter" width="422"] Meet Julia: Teach...

How Does It Benefit Children? Play therapy helps children: Become more responsible for behaviors and develop more successful strategies. Develop new and creative solutions to problems. Develop respect and acceptance of self and others. Learn to experience and express emotion. Cultivate empathy and respect for thoughts and feelings of others. Learn new...