OTS 23: Discovering The Zones Featuring Leah Kuypers



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Welcome to the show notes for Episode 23 of the OT Schoolhouse Podcast.


In this episode, Jayson interviews occupational therapist and creator of the Zones of Regulation self-regulation program, Leah Kuypers. Leah has spent nearly all of her career working with children as both a private practice pediatric OT as well as a school-based therapist. But, it was during her Master's in Education program that she had an idea to develop a program simple enough for any school-aged child to understand. Based on 4 primary colors, the Zones of Regulation helps students to identify and express their feelings and how to react to these feelings.

Listen in to learn more about Leah and the fantastic program she has developed!


Links to Show References:

Have a question about the Zones Or Regulations? Shoot an email to info@zonesofregulation.com


The Zones Of Regulation Program on Amazon (Using this link helps us earn a small commission at no additional cost to you) - This is the book that started it all. If you want to learn how to incorporate the Zones into your practice, this is where to start.

ZonesOfRegulation.com

Interested in learning even more about the Zones? Visit the website and sign up for a full day training. Leah offers both live and virtual training. There are also other items and games that can be purchased to go along with the book.


The Zones Of Regulation App

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