HANDLE Introductory and Basics combined course, Monday and Tuesday,
with Level 2 Certificate Option (required to apply for Level 3 HANDLE course):
Activity session Thursday, September 1, 1:00-5:00 PM (or arrange a time with Instructor)
This 14-hour course teaches the Foundations and Applications of HANDLE
through the lens of an array of life and learning challenges, affecting
young children to elderly. Follow founder Judith Bluestone’s process to
develop theories on Attention and Autism and begin to see behaviors as
communication with new “HANDLE eyes”.
Discover the interconnected relationship of nutrition, neurophysiology,
healthy movement and more. Students will learn unique HANDLE
activities and will explore how the activities can be applied and adapted
to support individuals with a wide range of ages, sensitivities, and
challenges. No one is too old for HANDLE.
HANDLE is a unique, gentle, non-drug movement therapy that is
beneficial for individuals of all ages and abilities.
Level 1 offers an overview of the HANDLE paradigm, and Gentle Enhancement® including
instruction in some unique HANDLE activities.
Level 2 builds upon the Level 1 with an in-depth look at sensory processing systems.
Students learn more activities and different applications for a variety of presenting concerns.
For more information, see flyer here.
Space is limited, Advanced Registration Recommended
Sliding Scale: $200-$300
None for this course. (Level 1 is required before Level 2.)
To register contact the instructor:
Elizabeth Frishkoff at 413-528-0477 or email@example.com
Elizabeth Frishkoff, MSW, Certified HANDLE Practitioner and Instructor, has been working with the HANDLE approach for 25 years in clinical, school and home-based settings. From preschool students to nursing home residents, she serves clients with a wide range of life and learning challenges.